Setting up the Impound Funding dialog

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Important reminder!

Licenses for Payroll CS, Trial Balance CS, and Write-Up CS (but not Engagement CS) permanently expired on March 1, 2017.

For details, see CSA license expiration 2017 – frequently asked questions.

Some processes documented in the Help & How-To Center are no longer applicable, due to the discontinuation of these CSA modules.

  1. Choose Utilities > Impound Funding.

    Note: If there is more than one active Impound checkbook, the Impound Checkbook Selection dialog will display so you can choose which Impound checkbook you want to use. Select the checkbook and click OK to open the Impound Funding dialog.

  2. In the Impound Funding dialog, select the appropriate withdrawal checkbook from the drop-down list.

    Note: The withdrawal checkbook is the checkbook to be debited for fund transactions while the impound checkbook is credited.

  3. Choose Setup > Direct Deposit, and enter the appropriate direct deposit information to be used for funding ACH files, and then click OK.

    Note: Information in this dialog is client-specific, not specific to the currently selected Impound checkbook.

  4. Click the Done button to save your information and close the Impound Funding dialog.

Note: If you want to have the application automatically create EPS files for this client for fund transactions created through check printing, via the Fund Unprinted Checks options in the check entry dialogs, or during vendor check consolidation, mark the Auto create EPS file checkbox.

This does not affect manual transactions, or voided, deleted, or modified checks. For these you still need to return to the Impound Funding dialog, select the transactions by marking their checkboxes, and click the Create EPS File button. The Auto create EPS file checkbox is a client-specific option, not checkbook-specific.

See also: Impound overview and procedures

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