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Post-dated Cheque (PDC) Management

A post-dated cheque is one that the recipient can encash on a future date. Such cheques are not payable until the date mentioned on the face of the cheque. In the accounting books of both the issuer and the recipient, the transaction will not be recorded until the date provided on the cheque.

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Features of Post-Dated Cheque

Additional Reporting Capabilities


Post-dated Summary

Viewing PDC Summary Report

Post-dated Received

Post-dated Issued

Post-dated Transactions listing

Viewing Post-dated Reports with or without Actuals

Viewing Current and Final Balances


Creating a Post-dated Voucher

Effect of Post-Dated Cheque on Ledger Balance

Passing Post-Dated Cheque (PDC) Payment Transaction

Recording PDC Transactions Without Reflecting in Books of Accounts

Notional Bank

Enabling Notional Bank

Passing PDC Transaction for Notional Bank