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Non-Check Disbursement

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exclaim     In order for users to submit the Non-Check Disbursement document, the ENABLE_BANK_SPECIFICATION_IND parameter must be set to Y and the DEFAULT_BANK_BY_DOCUMENT_TYPE parameter must be completed. Even if your institution is not planning to use the Bank Offset feature in KFS, the DEFAULT_BANK_BY_DOCUMENT_TYPE parameter must be completed if your users plan to use the Non-Check Disbursement document. Bank offsets will not be created if the Bank Offset feature has not been configured.

The Non-Check Disbursement (ND) document is used to record charges or debits directly assessed to a bank account created by banking transactions that do not automatically update the accounts in the system. It is used primarily by the Tax and Treasury Accounting areas to record wire transfers, foreign drafts, etc.

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Document Layout

The ND document only has the standard financial transaction document tabs and does not have any unique tabs of its own.

go-arrow-red   For information about the standard tabs such as Document Overview, Notes and Attachments, Ad Hoc Recipients, Route Log, and Accounting Lines tabs, see Standard Tabs.

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Non-Check Disbursements Tab

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Non-check disbursement tab definition

Title

Description

Bank Code

Required. Enter the bank code number to which the funds are deposited or search for a bank account from the Bank Account lookupsearchicon. The bank code is automatically carried over.

Date

Required. Enter the actual date of the deposit or select it from the calendarcal.

Description

Optional. 40 Character field provides a brief description of the deposit transaction. This is for departmental use only, and does not appear on financial reports.

Bank Reference

Optional. Intended for bank reconciliation purposes by central office. Field may be blank or, if used, must be exactly 11 digits.

Amt

Required. Enter the total amount of the non-check disbursement.

 

Process Overview

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Business Rules

         There must be at least one accounting line in the document.

         The ND document is one-sided. The KFS automatically generates the other side of the entry affecting the cash account, as defined by information entered into the document.

         Negative amounts are not allowed. Accounting lines entered on the ND are debited.

         Reference Number (Ref Number) is a required field on this document.

         The object code field has the following default restrictions.

Object Code Sub Type restrictions for Non-Check Disbursement documents

Object Code Sub Type

Description

Restrictions

BU

Budget-Only Object Codes

Unallowable

CA

Cash

Unallowable

FR

Fringe Benefits

Unallowable

HW

Hourly Wages

Unallowable

MT

Mandatory Transfers

Unallowable

OP

Other Provisions

Unallowable

PL

Plant - Capital Assets

Unallowable

SA

Salary and Wages

Unallowable

TF

Transfer Of Funds

Unallowable

TN

Transfers - Generic

Unallowable

Object Code Type restrictions for Non-Check Disbursement documents

Object Code Type

Description

Restrictions

IC

Income Not Cash

Unallowable

ES

Expense Not Expenditure

Unallowable

 

Object Consolidation restrictions for Non-Check Disbursement documents

Object Consolidation

Description

Restrictions

FDBL

Fund Balance

Unallowable

 

Routing

The ND document routes based on the account numbers used on the document as follows:

         The fiscal officer for each account must approve.

         Organization review routing occurs for the organization that owns each account.

         Sub-fund routing occurs based on the sub-fund of each account.

         The document status becomes 'FINAL' when the required approvals are obtained and the transaction is posted to the G/L during the next G/L batch process.

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Initiating a Non-Check Disbursement Document

1.     Select Non-Check Disbursement from the Financial Processing submenu group in the Administrative Transactions submenu on the Main Menu tab.

2.     Log into the KFS as necessary.

A blank ND document with a new document ID appears.

3.     Complete the standard tabs.

go-arrow-red     For information about the standard tabs such as Document Overview, Notes and Attachments, Ad Hoc Recipients, Route Log, and Accounting Lines tabs, see Standard Tabs.

4.     Click buttonsmall_submit.

5.     Review the General Ledger Pending Entries tab.

The pending entries include offset generation lines to cash or fund balance object codes.

6.     Review the Route Log tab.

The document is routed to the fiscal officer for each account used in the Accounting Lines tab. The Route Status shows 'ENROUTE'.

go-arrow-red     For more information about the Route Log, see Route Log.

7.     Appropriate fiscal officers and organization reviewers approve the document.

go-arrow-red     For more information about how to approve a document, see Workflow Action Buttons.

 

Example

An entry is needed to record funds directly withdrawn from the First National Test Bank of Kuali bank account to pay for a dental plan, charging the expense to account 6812735.

The dental plan expense account is debited and offset entries are automatically generated. The ND document routes to the fiscal officer of account 6812735 for final approval.

The General Ledger Pending Entries tab shows that account 6812735 has been debited for object code 5680 and the system has automatically generated the appropriate cash offset to object code 8000 and clearing object code 8005.

 

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