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As you know, in Sweden and in Canada, they do cash rounding (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cash_rounding).
In those two countries cash rounding is applied only to purchase paid in CASH. Not to purchase paid with check or credit card.
So, I have installed the module account_invoice_rounding in my Odoo 8.0 (https://github.com/OCA/account-invoicing/tree/8.0/account_invoice_rounding).
This module make a new « rounding » line in an invoice when we update or save this invoice.
The problem :
When we create a new invoice, this invoice is not paid. It is open. Why does the module create a new line if it doesn't even know if the payment will be in cash????
If the payment is not made in cash, we don't have to make a cash rounding...
Do you agree? How do you see it?
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|Asked: 12/19/15, 4:48 PM|
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|Last updated: 12/19/15, 4:50 PM|