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In customer file, is bank account under "accountability" tab the bank account of my company or the bank account of the customer?

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E.M.
on 1/11/16, 6:04 PM 326 views

When adding customers, there is a tab to set up all the accountability details of the customer.

There there is a field to add bank accounts, are those bank accounts of the customer or our own bank accounts?

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Ray Carnes
On 1/11/16, 7:05 PM

These are bank accounts about your Customer.

And what about the account that appears in "bank account" when dealing wih invoices?

E.M.
on 1/11/16, 7:41 PM

The account shown on the Invoice is the RECEIVABLE account. It may help to read the documentation or watch some demo videos of Odoo to understand how to use it.

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 1/11/16, 7:55 PM

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