The client information screen contains basic information about each client. The Basic tab allows you to enter the main client information including name and address as well as assign the client to mass and/or individual checking accounts. The remaining tabs are used for additional demographic, notes, contact and document information.
From this screen, you can also enter scheduled payments, scheduled deposits and other assets for each client.
The Scheduled Payments screen lets you schedule recurring payments for a client so that transactions can be automatically created using the Process Schedule Payments screen. You can schedule payments paid to both the client or to a vendor with several frequency options.
A similar screen is available for entering scheduled deposits.
The Transaction Information screen shows the transaction register for the selected account. Transactions are listed in date order with the most recent transactions at the top.
From this screen you can also process scheduled payments and deposits, enter individual payments and deposits and print checks.
The Enter Payment screen is used to create individual transactions that are not scheduled. The screen is similar to the layout of a check for easy data entry. When entering payments on this screen, the client’s current account balance will be displayed.
The Reconcile Bank Statement screen allows you to reconcile the selected account. You can clear checks and deposits individually or clear for a range of checks or deposits.
Process Scheduled Payments
The Process Scheduled Payments screen is used to process scheduled payments and add them to the transaction register. You can process scheduled payments for the current date or for any other date range (for example, for a week in advance). You can also process scheduled payments for a selected client or account. The next payment date will be automatically incremented based on the frequency for the transaction once a payment has been processed.
A similar screen is available for processing scheduled deposits.
The Reports screen is used for running any of the 100+ reports in RPM. Most reports have multiple criteria options available. For example, you can run reports for all clients, a selected client, or a group of clients.
Samples of reports are available under Reports