This article is Step 4E of Understanding Accounting Integration - Control Accounts > Cash Rounding

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Step 4E - Control Accounts - Cash Rounding

This General Ledger Account is typically set up as either a Cost of Goods Sold or Expense account and is only used when cash payment rounding has been enabled in your Blackpurl

This is enabled in System Settings > Settings and Controls - Price Settings

The entries made to this General Ledger Account are for the differences between payment being recorded and the rounded value of that payment.

For this example Invoice is $364.99 and the customer has elected to pay by cash of $365.00

To balance out the difference between the amount required and the amount paid is a journal entry to the Cash Rounding General Ledger and Customer deposits