With Dynamics 365 Business Central 2022 wave 1 release, you can now set default bank accounts for companies, and for individual currencies, by choosing Use as Default for Currency on the Bank Account page.
Business Value: Companies today use multiple bank accounts at different banks, which reduces the costs of handling financial transactions, limits currency risks, and so on. Also, more and more companies use electronic sales invoices that need to include the bank account that the company expects to get paid. Being able to change the bank account on sales and service documents adds flexibility to directing customer payments.
Take a look at these configurations to learn how it works.
Select Bank Account.
When an order processor creates a sales document, the default bank account is automatically assigned based on currency specified in the Company Bank Account Code field.
When you post sales or service documents, the selected bank account is copied to the Company Bank Account Code field on the posted documents. Users who have the appropriate permissions can change the default bank account by choosing a different account in the Company Bank Account Code field.
Printed documents also contain details about the selected bank account.
Additionally, partners can extend bank account selection and defaulting logic on sales documents to fit the needs of specific industries and customers.
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