An interim deposit transaction is a withdrawal of funds from the cashier’s drawer to be deposited in the bank during the business day, while the cashier is still open.
Most cashiering offices set limits on how much money they want their cashiers’ drawers to have in them. The Cashiering feature enables you to set this limit on a tender-specific basis on the Tender Key page. When one of your cashiers’ drawers reaches the set limit, you must take tender out of the drawer so that you can deposit it in the bank.
In this topic, you will process interim deposits.
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