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Re: Bank Statement Reconciliation in Anglo-saxon countries

by
Kevin.McMenamin
- 10/07/2015 17:04:50
Fabien

With respect, V9 is not ready for Anglo-Saxon countries. I haven't tested Anglo-Saxon in full yet, but raise a financial credit for a supplier invoice and the GL account is set to the Stock Output Account which is wrong for two reasons - Stock Output Account is for sales not purchases and for a financial credit there will never be an offsetting stock move.

Note that these and other issues on anglo-saxon were logged on 24/9/2014 - https://github.com/odoo/odoo/issues/2414 - if this oen is not fixed how many of the other issues have been?


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From:        Fabien Pinckaers <fp@odoo.com>
To:        "Community" <community@mail.odoo.com>,
Date:        08/10/2015 09:54 a.m.
Subject:        Re: Bank Statement Reconciliation in Anglo-saxon countries





Hi,

You should test v9. Bank reconciliation has all the features anglo saxon countries need in v9, including the bank reconciliation report.

Fabien

On Wed, Oct 7, 2015 at 5:27 AM, Jordi Ballester Alomar <jordi.ballester@eficent.com> wrote:
Dear community members,

We have customers in various Anglo-Saxon countries that use, or intend to use bank statement reconciliation, but I'm seeing a gap in Odoo's approach. Perhaps you can help me to clarify it. 

As a general overview of the bank statement reconciliation in such countries (or at least in the US), see the following article:
http://www.accountingcoach.com/bank-reconciliation/explanation

Thus, Banc rec. is a process to prove that the company's bank account balances are aligned in the company's books and at the Bank, and that differences are reported.

As far as I can see, Odoo's Bank Statement allows to complete Step 2 'Adjust the Balance per Books', but not Step 1 "Adjust the Balance per Bank" or Step 3 
"Compare the adjusted balances".

Generally a report is required to show the results of steps 1,2,3.


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