Some of the screens, themes and periods and tax percentages, for Point-of-Sales, is not in line with the rest of the documentation. 

POS - Close shift

At the end of the Point-of-Sale shift, or when a cashier is relieved from his duties during a shift, you need to close the shift. 

When you close the Point-of Sale shift, the following processes will be performed: 

Reports – The “POS report options” screen You first need to cash up and print the Cash up report and Sales report, before closing the shift.the TurboCASH 

Update ledger – The Point-of-Sale Invoices will automatically be updated (posted) to the ledger.

To close a POS shift (session):

1.Click on the down arrow on the right-hand side of the ^P:Process icon, and select the Close shift option. 

The shortcut keys Ctrl+Q not implemented.

2.The “POS report options” will automatically be launched. 


It is important to print and keep these reports , as the Cash up and Sales reports for the shift cannot be reprinted when the POS shift (session) is closed.

3.Once the “Cash up report” and the “Sales report” are printed, click on the Continue button. An Information message “Are you sure you want to continue to close the POS?“ will be displayed.

4.Click on the OK button, or press the Enter key to close the shift and update (post) the POS Invoices for the cashier or salesperson. The following progress indicator will display the closing and updating (posting) process:


Wait until the process is finished, and the “Point-of-Sale invoice entry” screen is displayed.

5.Press the Esc key to exit or close the “Point-of-Sale invoice entry” screen. As soon as the Shift is closed, TurboCASH will post the POS Invoices to the ledger. 

Actions after POS shift is closed

At the end of the shift, you analyse the cash up report to check the cash in the drawer, as well as payments received by credit card, cheque, vouchers, etc. and that there are no shortages or surpluses.

Once this is done, you need to do the following:

1.Set the float aside for the next POS shift and process a Journal (preferably a POS Journal or batch) to debit the POS-Cash transfer amount for the float amount and credit the POS-Till account 

2.Prepare a bank deposit slip for the amount of cash, cheques, etc. you need to bank. This amount should be the balance of the POS-Till account (Sales for the day or shifts). 

3.When the deposit slip is presented to the bank and it is stamped, it needs to be entered in the Receipts Journal for the bank account in which the monies were deposited. When this deposit slip is entered in the Receipts journal, it should be allocated to the POS-Till account. 

4.Once the POS Journal and the Receipts journal is posted to the ledger, the Cash sales (Cash customer), POS-CASH transfer and the POS-Till account should not reflect any balances.