Special Tips for Retailers
Are you a retailer? If so, you’re probably saying, “Hey, idiot, what you just described is way too much work to do every time someone walks into the store and buys some $3 item.”
You know what? You’re right. So here’s what retailers do to record their sales. Retailers record the day’s sales by using one, two, or three sales receipt transactions. Retailers don’t record each individual sales receipt transaction.
Pretty straightforward, right? And that’s not too much work, all things considered.
Let me share a handful of other tips for recording retail sales:
You probably want to record a sales receipt transaction for each deposit you make. In this manner, you can indicate that a particular sales receipt transaction (really a batch of sales) is deposited at one time into your bank account — which makes reconciling your bank account relatively easy.
You probably want to separate ...