- Created: Thursday, 17 May 2012 17:17
If you haven't heard about batching in accounting, you should know about it. Batching is simply putting together all of your deposits from your cash receipts/sales or vendor payments in a check for a specific day and recording them as a lump receipt/payment. You then bring the deposit to the bank the same way as you recorded it in your books as well as record the vendor payment as a batch. This is a good idea to keep track of multiple transactions and to backtrack in case something seems to be missing.