Bank receipts

What is a bank receipt?

A bank receipt is a document issued to make a payment. The receipt can be punctual or recurrent.

  • Punctual receipt: this is a receipt that is not charged at a constant time frequency.
  • Recurrent receipt: this is a receipt that is repeated over time with some frequency. For example: charge a customer subscription.


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 configuration" section, you can enter your bank contract in order to generate bank remittances and SEPA receipts.

How to generate a punctual receipt in Contasimple

Create receipt

Create receipt

In the top menu, in the "Banks" section, click on "Create a bank receipt".


If it is left as selected, the receipt will be processed.

Enabled receipts

Type of receipt

Type of receipt

Select whether to create a punctual or recurrent receipt.

Date of collection

Date on which the receipt will be ready to be collected. It will appear in the list of receipts available to generate the remittance.

Date of collection
Private notes receipts

Private notes

Enter private notes for informational purposes only. Only you can see them.

Holder information

Select your already created customer or enter their name and NIF directly.

Holder information
Collection information

Collection information

Add your customer's bank account (IBAN + BIC) and the concept that will appear both in the description of the collection in your bank, and in your invoice in the case of generating it.

In "Amount Receivable" enter the amount of final money that will be sent to the bank for collection (taxes included) .

Invoicing information

Select this option to create an automatic invoice from the receipt.

Invoicing information
Invoice receipt

Invoice receipt

Select the type of series, customer, VAT and retention. The tax base will be automatically calculated based on the amount receivable from the receipt.

Select the type of operation. You can also add private notes for informational purposes. Select whether you want to email the invoice to your customer.

Finally mark if you want to enter the invoice as already charged and select the payment method.

How to generate a recurrent receipt in Contasimple

Receipt information

To generate a recurrent receipt, follow the same procedure as for the punctual receipt, but in the "Receipt type" box select the "Recurrent receipt" option and complete all the information that appears.

Estimated collection dates
Monthly frequency

Invoicing start date

Corresponds to the start date of collection of the recurrent receipt.

Frequency of collection by time interval

For the frequency of the receipt you can enter daily, weekly, monthly or annual frequency. Dial the number in the box and select the frequency.

For example: every 2 weeks, every 3 months…

Estimated collection dates
Monthly frequency

Monthly frequency

If you work with monthly frequencies, you can select whether you want the frequency to be: the 1st day of each month, the last day of each month, or set the day you want.

Estimated collection dates

Once you've entered the frequency, you'll receive a summary of estimated payment dates.

Estimated collection dates

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