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The Cash Book Payment window is used to enter a record of a payment made by the practice that is not allocated against a client/assignment. An example might be the office petty cash flow. Payments made with petty cash are not entered in the purchase ledger, but still have to be reconciled with the rest of the bookkeeping records.

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