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Object documentationHouse Bank Accounts - Setup

 

Use the window to define more than one branch or account for the bank in SAP Business One.

To open the House Bank Accounts – Setup window, choose   Administration  Setup  Banking  House Bank Accounts  .

House Bank Accounts - Setup
Bank Code

Press TAB and select the required bank code from the List of Banks window.

Country

When you choose a bank code, the country code linked to it is displayed automatically.

Branch, Account No.

Specify the relevant branch and account numbers.

Note Note

In Japan:

  • For a post office bank, the Branch code must contain 3 or 5 digits, for example, 129 or 05130, and the Account No. must contain 2 to 8 digits, for example, 023611.

    • The Branch field is defined to have 3 digits in the post office bank transfer file. In the case that you enter a branch code with 5 digits, the system will remove the first and the last digit. For example, 86423 -> 642.

    • The Account No. field is defined to have 7 digits in the post office bank transfer file. In the case that you enter an account number with less than 7 digits for the transfer file, you must fulfill 7 digits by adding zeros in front. For example, 2345 -> 0002345. In the case that you enter an account number with 8 digits, the system will remove the last digit. For example, 98642345 -> 9864234.

  • For a non post office bank, the Branch code must contain 3 digits, for example, 046, and the Account No. must contain 7 digits, for example, 5389700.

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Bank Account Name

Specify the name of the bank account.

BIC/SWIFT Code

Specify the BIC/SWIFT code to be used in transactions and messages between banks. The default is taken from the Banks - Setup window of the selected bank code.

Next Check No.

Specify the number of the next check for this account. The checks drawn on this account are numbered sequentially, starting with this number.

G/L Account

Specify the G/L account that reflects this bank account in your books.

G/L Interim Account

You can specify a G/L account to be used as an interim account when a payment run takes place. If you define an interim account and set this parameter in the relevant payment methods (  Administration  Setup  Banking  Payment Methods  ), the transactions created by the payment run are posted to the interim account and not to the defined G/L account.

IBAN

International Bank Account Number

Specify the code to be used for banking transactions across country borders.

Street, Block, City, County, State, Zip Code

Specify the address of the bank branch at which the account is located.

Note Note

In Japan, Zip Code must be a string containing eight characters: seven digits and a hyphen as the fourth character, for example, 132-5098.

In Brazil, Zip Code contains eight digits, with a hyphen character after the fifth, for example, 12345-678.

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The field Building/Floor/Room is specific to the address format of China, Korea, Japan, Brazil and India.

The fields County, Address Type and Street No. are specific to the address format of Brazil localization.

Note Note

You must select the state before you can select the county.

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Control Key

This field is used, together with the IBAN, to export bank transfer files. All information in the files is transferred to the OPEX table.

The OPEX table is based on the payment wizard. It is created automatically, along with other tables, in every new SAP Business One company.

User No. 3, 4

Use these fields for special purposes.

Paper Type

Select one of the following options:

Blank Paper

Checks are printed on blank paper.

Overflow Prenumbered Check Inventory

If the check information overflows the preprinted check paper in the printer, it is printed on the next check.

Overflow Blank Paper

If the check print overflows from the check entered to the printer, it is printed on blank paper.

Default

Checks are printed as defined in   Administration  System Initialization  Print Preferences   (tab Per Document, document Check for Payment).

Maximum Lines

Enter the maximum number of lines to be printed on each check issued for the account. If you leave this field blank, SAP Business One considers the value defined in   Administration  System Initialization  Print Preferences   (tab Per Document, document Check for Payment) as the maximum lines per check.

Template Name

Specify the print layout to be used when printing checks. If you leave this field blank, SAP Business One uses the default print layout defined for the document.

Country-Specific Fields: Switzerland
ISR Type

Select one of the following types to define the fields to be printed on the invoice slip:

  • ISR – with pre-printed amounts

  • BISR – with pre-printed amounts

  • ISR + – with blank amount fields

  • BISR + – with blank amount fields

ISR Biller ID

Specify an additional identification number. The number must have 9 digits. The structure of this number is XX-XXXXXX-X.

Caution Caution

If the ISR Biller ID is shorter than 9 digits, insert 0 (zero) instead of the missing digits. Since the structure of the number is significant, you must insert the zeros after the second digit from the left. For example, the original number is 123456. Since there are only 6 digits, you add 3 zeros to complete to 9 digits. The result is: 120003456.

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Customer ID Number

Specify the ID number of the company. Use this field if the selected ISR type is BISR.

Country-Specific Fields: Brazil
Our Number

Specify the sequential number assigned to each BoE document.

Agreement Number

Specify the bank agreement number.

Account Check Digit

Specify the account check digit.

Country-Specific Fields: Japan
Company Code

Specify your company code in the bank branch.

Account Type

Specify the account category.

Country-Specific Field: US
ABA Routing Number

Specify the ABA routing number to identify the financial institution upon which payment was drawn.

Bank Statement Processing

The following columns appear only if the option Install Bank Statement Processing is selected in   Administration  System Initialization  Company Details  Basic Initialization   tab.

Journal Entry Series

Specify the numbering series to be used for journal entries that are posted through bank statement processing. If this field remains empty, the default numbering series defined for journal entries in   Administration  System Initialization   Document Numbering   is used.

Note Note

This column appears only if the option Permit More than One Document Type per Series is deselected in   Administration  System Initialization   Company Details  Basic Initialization   tab.

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Incoming Payment Series

Specify the numbering series to be used for incoming payments documents that are created through bank statement processing. If this field remains empty, the default numbering series defined for incoming payments in   Administration  System Initialization   Document Numbering   is used.

Note Note

This column appears only if the option Permit More than One Document Type per Series is deselected in   Administration  System Initialization   Company Details  Basic Initialization   tab.

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Outgoing Payment Series

Specify the numbering series to be used for outgoing payments documents that are created through bank statement processing. If this field remains empty, the default numbering series defined for outgoing payments in   Administration  System Initialization   Document Numbering   is used.

Note Note

This column appears only if the option Permit More than One Document Type per Series is deselected in   Administration  System Initialization   Company Details  Basic Initialization   tab.

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Series

This column appears only if the option Permit More than One Document Type per Series is selected in   Administration  System Initialization   Company Details  Basic Initialization   tab. Specify numbering series to be used for journal entries, incoming and outgoing payments that are created through bank statement processing.

Imported Bank Statement

Indicates that the bank statement is imported automatically. If this option is deselected, the bank statement is entered manually.

Import File Name

If Imported Bank Statement is selected, you must specify the XML file format that is used to download the bank statement data of this bank account.

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