Sales > Options menu > Manage Non-Inventory Items submenu > Sales Alternate Tender Codes window
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Sales Alternate Tender Codes window
Use Alternate Tender Codes to identify methods of payment other than cash, foreign currency, check, charge to customer accounts, credit card, debit card, or gift card. Examples of Alternate Tenders include coupons, food stamps, store credit vouchers, and rebates.
Alternate Tender
Enter the Alternate Tender Code. Codes can be up to ten characters. An example might be NPCOUP for a coupon from the newspaper. This code will appear in the Lookup when you select Alternate Tender in either of the sales entry windows.
Enter a description for this alternate tender. For example, the name of the alternate tender, such as Newspaper Coupon. This will help you identify the Code in the Lookup and on some reports.
GL Debit Account
If you are integrated to General Ledger or using a Report Only integration setting, enter the GL Debit account to which the tender identified with this code will post. When you post this transaction, the debit will post to the account you specify here, and the credit will post to the Sales Income account associated with the item sold. If you are using the Interface Table, enter the GL Key.
GL Debit Account Description
When you select a GL Account in the GL Debit Account field, the description of the account from the GL Accounts window will appear here automatically for reference.
Unit Price
Enter the Unit Price if established and constant. If the price is not preset, but is instead determined at the time of sale, leave the default price of $0.00.
Unit Cost
Enter the Unit Cost if established and constant. This is the default cost used for history reports and is not posted to General Ledger. If you don’t enter a cost here, you can enter it at the time of the sale (if the sales entry layout is set up so the Edit Last Cost For... prompt includes non-inventory items). The default cost is $0.00.
Accepting Alternate Tender
Modifying or Deleting Codes