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A remittance is a group of bank receipts that are sent to the bank for collection. We are talking about SEPA bank remittance when it is compatible with all European banks from booklet 19.14. Contasimple allows you to create your own remittances following SEPA regulations.
To use the Contasimple banking module, you must meet certain prerequisites:
1. Ask your bank to enable you to generate bank remittances. The bank must provide you with a minimum of data, such as the "creditor suffix" (three characters that identify you as a creditor).
2. Enter your bank contract in Contasimple. In the "Bank remittance settings" section, you can enter your bank contract in order to generate bank remittances and SEPA receipts.
In the top menu in the "Banks" section, click on "Bank Receipts".
You will access your list of receipts, both punctual and recurring. To start generating the remittance, click on "Process Receipts".
Select the punctual, recurrent receipts you want to add to your remittance.
Select the bank contract you want to use to collect the remittance. You must have previously entered it in your Contasimple account. If you have not already done so, click on "New Contract" and enter the details provided by your bank.
Select the date you want to make the payment.
Banking regulations do not allow you to set collection dates of less than 7 days from the date you upload the file. We recommend that you set a sending date that is at least 10 days prior to the collection date.
Confirm that the amount is correct and click on "Generate remittance".
You can check that your remittance has been successfully created in the "Receipt History" section. In this section you will find a list of all processed remittances.
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