(LVA) Print a statement of cash transactions [AX 2012]

Updated: November 9, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

NoteNote

This topic has not been fully updated for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2.

At the end of each month, all companies operating in Latvia are required to declare all cash transactions that exceed a stated regulatory limit. You can create a legally compliant report listing all account holders whose total incoming and outgoing cash payments exceeded a specified limit during the reporting period. Payment transactions are retrieved from the corresponding petty cash accounts and displayed in the Cash transaction reporting form. You specify a minimum limit and include additional filter criteria, such as the transaction date, currency type, and transaction amount, to select the relevant transactions. All payment transactions that exceed the specified limit and satisfy the filter criteria are marked for printing.

Incoming and outgoing payment transactions are categorized and displayed per payment transaction code in the report.

  1. Click Cash and bank management > Periodic > Statement transactions.

    NoteNote

    Any transactions remaining for the prior reporting period are displayed by default.

  2. Click Transfer to open the Data transfer form, and specify the date range for selecting payment transactions.

  3. Click OK to return to the Cash transaction reporting form.

    NoteNote

    All transactions that were posted during the specified period are retrieved from the petty cash accounts and displayed in the form.

  4. As necessary, update the following information for the selected transactions:

    • Company registration number − Enter the registration number of the company.

    • Country/region − Select the country or region that the payment was submitted to.

    • Name − Enter the name of the account holder.

  5. Click Mark to open the Transactions marking form.

  6. In the Value limit field, specify the minimum value of the transactions to be reported. All incoming or outgoing transactions that exceed the specified limit will be marked for printing.

    NoteNote

    Click Select to include additional filter criteria, such as transaction date, currency type, and transaction amount.

  7. Click OK to return to the Cash transaction reporting form.

    NoteNote

    The Print check box is selected for all transactions that satisfy the selection criteria.

  8. In the Payment transaction code field, select the default payment transaction code for the transactions marked for printing.

  9. Click Print to open the Statement of transactions in cash form.

  10. In the Responsible field, select the employee who is responsible for generating and printing the statement.

  11. In the Tax authority field, select the sales tax authority that the report will be submitted to.

  12. Click OK to print the statement.


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