Every issued transaction is always attributed to the end of day report. When closing a day, all issued transactions up to that point will be included in the end of day report. Future transactions will be included in the next end of day report. It is ensured that every receipt is assigned to one end of day report.
The end of day report always includes venue details, date and a consecutive receipt number and the following four paragraphs. For reasons of clarity and comprehensibility, zero value lines for refunds are avoided. Refund lines will only be added if the particular refund type had been carried out.
Gross revenue is segregated and first sort by type (service or product) and then sorted by VAT rate. Below there’s ‘Net revenue’, the absolute sum of all VAT rates (‘Total VAT’) and the absolute VAT amount per VAT rate. There is then ‘Gross total’ - the sum of ‘Net revenue’ and ‘Total VAT’.
This section cumulates the sum of all salon vouchers sold.
Note: Please refer to ‘Handling of salon vouchers’ if you are unsure why salon vouchers are excluded from revenue and gathered in a section of their own.
This paragraph sorts payments by payment methods.
This paragraph refers to cash only. The ‘opening cash balance’ always equals the ‘cash available’ amount that was entered while carrying out the day-end closing of the last business day. Below there is ‘Cash payment’ and ‘Cash refund’ (identical with ‘Cash’ and ‘Cash refund’ in the ‘Payments’ paragraph). Below that ‘Cash deposit’ and ‘Cash withdrawal’ show the sum of all transactions of that kind. The ‘closing balance’ is the ‘cash available’ amount which was confirmed while carrying the day-end closing of this particular business day.