Client Information

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Client Information

Note: Only Administrator or Data Entry users may add/edit/delete client information. EFT Supervisor and Compliance Officer users have read only rights. See the Access Control section for more information.

Click the EFT Folders > Desired Folder category button sequence then the Clients tab to display the Folder contents.

Client - Populated

The panel groupings are as follows:

Client Grid:

This is a directory list of clients in the folder. Change the sort order by clicking on the title. The selected row is displayed in the Client / Transaction tabs. If the Display Inactive toggle state is Yes, inactive clients are displayed in italics. Double click on the highlighted row to edit the client information.

Transaction Grid:

Displays all the transactions for the highlighted row of the Client Grid. Double click on the highlighted row to edit the transaction information.

Client / Transaction Tabs:

Displays the details about the highlighted row on the Client Grid.

Action Panel:

The group box below the Client Grid. Toggle switches, search box and task buttons to modify information.

Navigation Panel:

Like the familiar VCR/DVD controls, click the buttons to scroll through the Client Grid: first, prior, next, last. The edit button will display depending on the appropriate user access level.

Client Transaction

Client - Tx


Period Amount:

This is the amount to be debited or credited to your client's bank account.

Apply P/HST and GST:

If the folder face page has a rate entered, the check boxes indicate the amounts to be calculated and added to the Period Amount in the Prepare process.

Override Amount:

A value entered in this field will be used instead of the Period Amount for the next transmission file only. This is reset to $0.00 when the EFT transmit file is created.

Last Amount:

If the last payment for this transaction is different that the Period Amount, The Scheduler will use this amount for the last EFT transmission.

Due Day:

The day of the month this transaction is to be processed. See Payroll/Expenses if no field displayed.

Start Date:

Enter the date for the first transaction to be processed.


Select the transaction frequency from the drop down menu.


Note: If the folder has been defined as a Payroll/Expenses type, The Scheduler will display the "Set on Prepare" value.


Enter the number of periods this transaction is to be processed. 0 implies process the amount for ever. If a value is entered,     The Scheduler will calculate the "End Date" based on the frequency and the number of periods entered.

End Date:

Manually enter the date the last transaction is to be processed if the number of periods has been left at 0.

Bank Name:

The name of your client's bank is only required if you are creating cross border (ACH IAT) EFT files.

Bank Account Information:

Enter your client banking information: transit, bank, account number. Leading zeros will not display on transit and bank entries. Account number starting with zeros will display.


A short description of your entry.


Client - Tx2

View if the Hide Tax Entry is set on the EFT File Information panel.

Client Personal Information

Client - Tombstone


Reference Number:

A unique alphanumeric identifier is required for each client (i.e membership, employee number). This identifier is used by the bank to identify any returned items.

Search Name:

Usually the client's last name or a short company name. This is automatically all upper case.

Last/Organization Name:

Enter your client's last name of the organization name. All the remaining fields are case sensitive.

First Name:

Your client's first name. This field may be empty for a company name.

The remaining fields:

All the remaining fields are optional. This information is for your reference only.
Note: If you plan to send your clients EFT Notifications, then enter the eMail address.


If your client is "Inactive", change the status to "Inactive". Inactive client transactions will be ignored in the EFT Preparation procedure.