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Use this form to view and change bank accounts that will be used to pay transactions that are included in the payment proposal. Typically, the bank account is based on the payment method associated with the transaction. However, if the bank account does not contain sufficient funds to pay the transactions, you can distribute the payments to a different bank account.

Use the field to select the sequence in which to redistribute payment lines by amount. Then specify the maximum amount that each bank account can handle in the text box, including lines of credit, if you want to use them. In the field, enter the search sequence for the bank accounts. Use priority 0 (zero) if a bank account should not be included in the distribution, possibly because it does not have sufficient funds available.

When you click OK, the methods of payment are reassigned to the payment lines according to the bank accounts that have the necessary funds available for vendor payments.

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The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.




The identification of the bank account.

The current balance for the bank account.

The ledger account assigned to the bank account.

The balance of the ledger account in the company currency.

The amount that is available for distribution in the company currency.

  • If the bank account contains a credit and the ledger account contains a debit amount, that balance is transferred to this field.

  • If the bank account contains insufficient funds or the ledger account shows a credit balance, the available amount is displayed as 0.00.

You can change the amount in this field based on the available liquidity of the company. For example, you might do this if the bank account has an available line of credit.

The total amount of the payment proposals for this bank.

A number that determines the order in which transaction amounts to pay are distributed among the bank accounts. A priority of 0 indicates that the bank account is not included in the distribution. For example, you might use a priority of 0 if the amount to pay is greater than the bank account balance.