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Can you guys help me with my concern? This is how it goes, I tried to make a record for a Customer Refund, and this is my procedure, I created a new record in Accounting > Customers > Customer Refunds after the system created a draft refund, I now validate the record. And the confusion starts here, When I tried to pay the customer refund, I got a negative amount to pay. is this correct?
So, I proceed and Pay the Customers Refund, Now, my question is, why when I looked at the Journal Entries, the system posting two Journal Items,one is posted, and the other one is still unposted? should I need to post the Item? and what item is for what transaction? thank you very much for the helps, hoping that I explained my question clearly :)
Yes negative amount is correct.. Do not worry..
If you look carefully both the journal items you can see two different journal on it "Sale refund.." and "Bank.. " so both the journal items are related with your customer refund .. When you validate your customer refund "Sales refund" journal is created and when you pay to your customer using Bank journal "Bank" journal is created..
In OpenERP Sales/Purchase journal are automatically posted but for bank and cash your accountant has to verify the entries and then post it.. so that is also correct..
Regards, Mustufa Rangwala
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