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I am currently an Valley National Bank customer...how do I establish an 'on line' bill paying account
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Actually, you do not want to reduce the product name. When you make the deposit from PayPal, you want it to be for the full amount the customer paid. Then add a second line with a minus amount for the fees, and the account of paypal fees (expense). This way, you split off the fees paid to paypal as an expense, and the bank reconcile matches.
Attempting to reduce the ProductName will only result in tax liability issues, as you have to charge sales tax on the full amount the customer was originally charged.
Using a negative line on the deposit to split the paypal fees off is a much cleaner process, and causes no confussion for the accountants.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
This is a homework problem. You should not expect folks to answer this. There are multiple questions here, as you know.
If you want to do it, you first need to do is start at the sentence, "Create a class ACCOUNT..."
So, "How do you do create a class?" would be one question.
Answer: It is done with an editor creating two new files, one the file ACCOUNT.h (where the class is declared) and two the file ACCOUNT.cpp (where the class member/functions are defined).
All these answers are in your text book.
THEN, work on the next part, "... that stores customerName, accountNumber, etc."
Do it one part at a time and you can program. The next part is to create two new classes, CUR_ACCT and SAV_ACCT. Like the first one, these will go in their own file, like CUR_ACCT.h and CURR_ACCT.cpp.
Take it slow and do one piece at a time.
Only this way can you learn.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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