How can we account the interest received from the Bank Account in ADDA?

How can we account the interest received from the Bank Account in ADDA?

Please follow the below steps: 

Step 1: Login to ADDA -->> Admin -->> General Ledger -->> Chart of Accounts -->> Income -->> Set up Non - Member Income Account -->> Create new GL account called " Bank Interest".

Step 2: Go to Income Tracker -->> Non Member Income -->> Go to Unassigned Vendor -->> Click on Invoice button -->> Fill the require details and Post amount.

Step 3: After that post a collection entry.

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