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What procedure for private paid invoices?

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ton123
on 2/19/13, 11:05 AM 1,404 views

Sometimes I pay invoices through my private bank account or by cash.

Method of administration I used in my former administration using OS Financials:

  1. I book these invoices as normal invoices.
  2. From time to time I check 'Partner Aged Balance' and I can see which invoices should be paid back to me.
  3. I book the payments through the 'current account' (In Dutch: Rekening Courant.).

What is the method to manage these invoices in OpenERP?

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Cameron

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Cameron
On 2/28/13, 7:55 AM

We have something similar, both my partner and myself use our personal money for the company.

Our solution is to have two separate "cash accounts". JOURNALS

If I pay for say a hotel with my personal credit card or with pound notes, Openerp uses "my cash account" to record the payment.

Occasionally the "company bank account" pays me back.

You may create a specific "bank account" (menu Accounting/Configuration/journals) named with your 'current account' (In Dutch: Rekening Courant.) which is a balance sheet account (455xxx for instance). When you have to state that a payment is made by or received on your personnal bank account, you use this current account as a payment method.

AD LIBITOM, michel Guénard
on 2/28/13, 9:34 AM

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