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Its a simple use case when one of my customer pay 80% for each of his invoice and remaining 20% he will pay after each goods are delivered.
for example i have 3 invoice for 1000 usd , 2000 usd and 3000 usd , now my customer pay me in one cheque of 4800 usd and i want to allocate this amount to each invoice separately like USD 800 , USD 1600 and USD 2400 . how to do that ?
Is there some way to handle this problem in V9 accounting of odoo ? .
Well this is possible to do by using payment terms (in your case 80%, 20%). Validate your invoices with this payment terms. And create payment of 4800. Then as Ray said use payment matching. That will match your journal entries. In your case 4800 settle against journal entries, USD 800 , USD 1600 and USD 2400
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