Tip 1: How to fill out a cashier's journal
1 the graph indicates the date. In the 2nd column-the number of the section, provided that the cash is by division. 3 graph, the cashier writes your name and initials. Column 4 contains information on the control room counter. This room is the cashier takes from the Z-report. 5 column you must specify the number of sales that took place at the control counter for a change.
In column 6 the cashier must enter the amount of all cash counter, past the cash register from the moment of registration prior to the reporting day. This amount is taken from the Z-report for the previous shift. In counts 7 and 8, the cashier puts his signature. Column 9 is filled according to the Z report, enter here the amount differs from the amount in box 6 on the size of the revenue accounting change.
10 column is filled in with the amount of revenue in a day. 11 the graph reflects daily receipts in cash held net returns to buyers. 12 and 13 are graphs indicate the revenue, paid for in other ways (checks, credit cards, certificates, etc.). Also this reflects the amount of data of payment documents. The absence during the shift of such payments issued by the dashes in the appropriate boxes.
In count 14, the cashier must enter the total revenue, including cash and non-cash payments. This column contains the sum of the count 11 and 13. If the reporting change held the refunds, the amount of payments is indicated in graph 15. Here, the cashier records the amount erroneously punched in change checks.
Columns 16, 17 and 18 are filled by the cashier, the senior cashier and the head, here they put their signatures. These responsible persons indicate that the data on the change is recorded correctly.
Journalcashier-operator is a document that is filled out daily. It records on arrival and expenditure. The meter readings are recorded at the cash register.Journal must be strung together, numbered, signed by the tax authority, the chief accountant and the senior cashier. You must put an official stamp of the organization. Entries are made in ink or pen, with no erasures and corrections. In the presence of corrections shall bear the seal and signatures of the chief accountant and chief cashier. Each cashier maintains a log.
In column number 1, write down the date (day, month, year).
Box No. 2 is filled in the presence of sections. If the section is not broken, then you do not need to fill it.
In column number 3, write down the surname, first name, patronymic of the cashier who is working on the given day.
In column No. 4, record the cash register at the close. The serial number of the Z-report.
In column number 5, record the readings of the control counter. The tax inspection does not pay attention to this column. You can fill it, or you can put a dash.
In column No. 6 - the totalizer at the beginning of the work shift.
In column No. 7 and No. 8 there is a signature of the cashier -operator and the senior cashier.
In column No. 9 write down the exact reading of the cash counter at the end of the shift.
In the graph No. 10: the revenue amount for the day. It should be the same difference of the column No. 6 and No. 9. From testimony at the end of the shift, subtract readings at the beginning of the shift.