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How to handle partial payments in Bank Statements

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Chris Jones
on 6/30/14, 7:45 PM 860 views

OE 7 seems to be lacking some very basic functionality when it comes to bank statement reconciliation. Has anyone seen a module that will allow partial payments of invoices to be imported into bank statements?

Example, I have a $1000 Customer Invoice. On 6/1/2014 the customer makes a $400 payment. It shows up in my bank statement so I import the Invoice into the bank statement and then delete the deposit from the original bank statement. When I select the unpaid invoice it automatically defaults to $1000. When I change it to $400 the icon turns to red. 

On 7/1/2014 I then record the $600 payment through the bank statement import function. 

After I do this and confirm the bank statements I see that it created the A/R entry in the journal but it did not link the payment to the customer invoice. 

I can't be the first person who has run into this problem.

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David Arnold
On 6/30/14, 10:23 PM

You might consider OCA (Odoo Community Association) Modules.

You might consider searching through their GitHub Repository. Especially have a look at:

https://github.com/OCA/bank-statement-reconcile

 

However, this is not out of the box!

If this answer helped, greward with a vote/accept. Thanks

Is there an update on this topic? I use v8 and I am looking for a way to partially pay an invoice by Bank Payment.

Sophie Kowalski
on 5/4/16, 3:18 AM

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