Cash Container: Starting Cash Balance and Withdrawal at the End of the Shift

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If you as a staff member manage your own cash container in enforePOS, you can book a cash deposit at the start of the shift. At the end of the shift, you book cash withdrawals for your revenue and for the withdrawal of your change. In this How-To, we will show you how to do it. 

Requirements

Cash Deposit

  1. From the POS menu, open Sales > Accounting.
  2. Tap on Current Shift in the Staff: Your login name area. If you haven't started your shift yet, tap on [Start Shift].
  3. Select [Cash Transaction] to add a cash deposit to the wallet. Bildschirmfoto 2023-08-07 um 10.15.47.png⮕ The Cash Transaction window opens.
  4. Tap on [Cash Deposit].
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  5. Enter the amount in the Cash amount field.
  6. Add a description in the Add Description field.
  7. Tap on [Complete] to book the cash deposit.
    Bildschirmfoto 2023-08-07 um 10.18.58.png⮕ The window closes. You have successfully added a cash deposit to your wallet.

Count Cash

  1. From the POS menu, open Sales > Accounting.
  2. Tap on Current Shift in the Staff: Your login name area.
  3. Tap on [Count Cash ].Bildschirmfoto 2023-08-07 um 10.26.01.png ⮕ The Count Cash window opens.
  4. Enter the denomination of your cash balance.
  5. Confirm with [Save]. Bildschirmfoto 2023-08-07 um 10.26.42.png⮕ You have counted the cash. A counting protocol has been created.

Book Cash Withdrawal at the End of the Shift

Depending on how you work in your business, you will make one or more cash withdrawals at the end of your shift.

If you only take the daily revenue from the wallet and hand it over to the management, you make one cash withdrawal in enforePOS.

If you take the change out at the end of the day or shift and hand over the revenue to the management, you make two cash withdrawals in enforePOS.

If you take out the change, the revenue and your tip at the end of the day, you make three cash withdrawals in enforePOS.

  1. From the POS menu, open Sales > Accounting.
  2. Tap on Current Shift in the Staff: Your login name area.
  3. Switch to the Wallet tab or the Cash Drawer tab. Bildschirmfoto 2023-08-07 um 10.28.04.png

    Here you can find the following information: 

    Expected Cash at Start: The starting balance corresponds to the final balance of the previous working day. As the change was only placed in the wallet at the start of the shift, the starting balance is € 0.00.  
    Cash Sales: The sum of all cash payments recorded since the start of the shift.
    Cash Refunds: The total of all cash refunds recorded since the start of the shift.
    Cash Deposits: The total of all cash deposits recorded since the start of the shift. 
    Cash Drawings: All cash withdrawals recorded since the start of the shift. 
    Cash Tip: The sum of all cash tips recorded since the start of the shift. 
    Cash Expected: The total of all cash deposits and withdrawals since the start of the shift. 
  4. Optional: If you want to count your cash first and create a counting protocol, select [Count Cash].
  5. To book your revenue as a withdrawal, select [Cash Transaction].
    ⮕ The Cash Transaction window opens.
  6. Tap on [Cash Drawing].Bildschirmfoto 2023-08-16 um 15.53.29.png
  7. In the Cash Amount field, enter the amount that you want to withdraw. In our example, we take out € 378.15. 
  8. Enter a description.
  9. Tap on [Complete] to book the cash withdrawal. Bildschirmfoto 2023-08-16 um 15.55.47.png⮕ The cash withdrawal has been booked.
  10. Repeat steps 6-10 for each additional cash withdrawal that you want to book.
    For example, make another transaction for your change and another for your tip.
  11. Switch to the Transactions tab. 
    ⮕ You will see an overview of all cash transactions made during this shift. 
  12. Tap on [End Shift]. Bildschirmfoto 2023-08-16 um 15.57.32.png⮕ Your staff report is displayed. You have booked all cash withdrawals and successfully completed your shift. 
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    If there is still cash in your cash container after you have finished your shift, you have the option to book a cash withdrawal here, e.g. if you have forgotten to take your tip. 

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