Payments made electronically that don’t involve a physical check can be recorded as an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) in AP. The EFT option can be used to add new invoice records or to update an existing unpaid invoice record. EFTs behave similarly to manual checks in AP and are posted when you run the Post Checks/EFTs utility.
To create a new EFT transaction
To change an unpaid invoice to an EFT
When sending money back to a client or through a direct deposit or electronic check, it’s best to use the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) type in the Invoice/Manual Check entry screen. Unpaid Invoices may also be changed to an EFT and will post along with your regularly printed checks when running the Post Checks/EFTs utility.
To enter a new EFT transaction
Integration Note: If you need to do a payment adjustment in Tabs3 Billing and are prompted with “Are you going to write a check for the Reversal?”, you will still select “Yes” as if it were a check from Accounts Payable. This is to indicate in Tabs3 Billing that Accounts Payable is responsible for the General Ledger journal entries.