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I'm using odoo 9 and I have a supplier list with products in USD.
I've made an order with a total amount of $477, for which I paid 440€ via paypal. I created the bill in Purchase / Control / Vendor bills, with prices in USD taken from the supplier list.
Problem arises when I try to register payment : I would like to register the final amount of 440€ so I change the currency to EUR, but then it asks how to deal with the payment difference of 39 € : keep open or mark bill fully paid and post difference somewhere.
I must have taken a wrong path. Could someone give me a hint of how deal with that in a better way ?
Did you read the documentation about how multi-currency is working in Odoo? https://www.odoo.com/documentation/user/9.0/accounting/others/multicurrencies/invoices_payments.html
Purchase order with 477$ , Paid amount through paypal 440€ .
Suppose when you receive statement from paypal you import in system. and select Euro Journal.
Now, two things happen
- either you paid full amount(based on your currency rate 477$ == 440€ ) then no issue full amount will be adjusted.
- if you have a difference then the difference amount you have to transfer to "foreign exchange gain/loss account".
Read similar things, but not this one, thanks !
Well, I read it and thought everything looked good and I marked the vendor bill as completely paid (in USD). But then, the payment appeared under "Accounting/Purchases/Payments" as "Posted" with a payment amount of 477 EUR.
I have probably made a mistake somewhere and will make another try later.
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|Asked: 6/17/16, 7:49 AM|
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