The Cash Balance Report provides a detailed look at everything that impacts your Cash Balance at ConnexPay.
You can access this report in Bridge (Reports → Cash Balance)
For each transaction that impacts your cash balance, we assign a transaction type (you can ignore the bank references - that’s a ConnexPay identifier. You just care about the specific type after the bank identifier.)
Deposit - Funds transfer from your bank account to ConnexPay. This is used to maintain your minimum cash balance to fund your transactions.
Withdrawal - Debit from your ConnexPay cash account and an ACH (or wire) transfer to your bank account. This transfer of funds to you is for non-Daily Accounting funds movement.
Daily Funding - this is the Total Activity displayed on your DAF each day. This is the difference between sales (incoming payments) and purchases (outgoing payments). See detailed DAF information here. This amount either increments or decrements your cash balance with ConnexPay automatically.
Flex Funding - this is the amount that is credited to or debited from your account (Credit/Debit on the DAF) as part of the daily accounting funds movement
Sale - When a successful sale transaction completes, the funds are added to your cash balance (this is a retired ledger entry no longer used as clients were moved to Flex)
Return - When a sale return is processed, the funds are deducted from your cash balance (this is a retired ledger entry no longer used as clients were moved to Flex)
Updated 8 months ago