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Re: reconsile advanced paymentsby
Unfortunately, this is very accounting driven, ...
The process you are describing, should be :
- a customer makes a deposit in a liability account --> because he can still ask for a refund of unused amount
credit customer deposit account
- when he buys, you will raise an invoice (done automatically by Odoo)
dr Account receivables (A)
- the payment can be done by a journal entry :
dr customer deposit account
cr Account receivables (B)
next you can do a reconciliation between the journal item (A) and (B) --> Odoo provides a wizard to do that
Then if you want to know how much money left the customer has in your account, you can print a partner ledger that will sum all the debit and credit --> the balance will be what the customer still has.
On 12 February 2016 at 18:07, Caudal Eric <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Register your payment in bank statement and assign it to the customer then select the AR account at reconciliation as counterpart accountOn Fri, Feb 12, 2016, 12:21 Mustafa Al Azaam <email@example.com> wrote:@DominiqueThank you for your reply, but forgive me I not accounting geek so i didn't get what is your hint exactly meanOn Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 3:47 PM, Dominique KON SUN TACK <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
What you describe is more the partner ledger, than the invoice.
Hello,in some business statuses, the customer deposit amount of money as a balance to deduct from it in upcoming transactions (sales orders or invoices) .I wondering how can I apply this in odoo so that customer payment show the amount of remaining balance after deduct invoice total amount?for example:- customer X deposit 1000$ pay it in advance to us- we register this payment via customer payments 1000$- after couple of days the customer X make sale order in 750$ and confirm it- we issued an invoice in that amount 750$ (the invoice status being opened)- when we want to register the payment of invoice the amount show the whole amount of invoice 750$ hence we expected to show us -250$please help us to preform this situation and correct us if we acting wrong proceduresThank you--
Eric Caudal (from my mobile)