A bank payment is a document that registers a money transfer from your company to a bank account of a supplier, lender, tax authority, or any other business or individual.
A bank payment is a part of the procure-to-pay process.
For processing bank payments, use the Bank payments list. To open it, go to Cash management > Bank > Bank payments.
In the Bank payments list, you can do the following:
Operations with bank payments
In 1C:Drive, you can create a bank payment to register the following operations:
|Payment to supplier||A payment to a supplier for goods or services.|
|Transfer to advance holder||Either of the following:
|Refund to customer||A payment to a customer for returned products, or a partial return of money received from a customer.|
|Payroll||A payroll payment to your company’s employees.|
|Taxes||A tax payment.|
|To expenses||A payment that is written off to company’s expenses.
You can use this operation to register a bank fee recorded in a separate line of the bank statement.
|Loan to employee||A loan that your company provides to an employee.|
|Loan to counterparty||A loan that your company provides to a counterparty.|
|Loan repayment||A loan repayment to a lender.|
|Miscellaneous payables||A payment that does not fit any other category.|