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Re: Journal Vouchers

OSSE - Oficina de Soluciones y Servicios Empresariales, jolevq
- 04/22/2016 14:45:26

Thank you for your responses. Both answers were very helpful. I agree that the most frequent operations should be automated (reason of any software), in Odoo case, invoices and others process based on the configuration of customers, products, etc. I also agree that accounting is more than only frequent operations. Accountants needs tools that helps them to make Journal Entries on their own, because there are many factors like "accounting judgment" (Nhomar, please help me with this concept, in spanish is "criterio contable") that can vary from one accountant to another accountant, and both are rigth; so IMHO, they have to have some freedom with that.

We will work with the Account > Journal Entries features, and customise it for our users needs.

Just a final thought, I think that the use of a generic document like Account Voucher would fit for this flexibility need, thinking in this special user group, that in IMO have an importat role in the decision making process to adquire or use an enterprise software (al least in our country). Certainly there are a lot of work to do in the conditions, flows and process to consider (and may be it could complex the solution a bit). It could be great that for future versions Odoo provides the basis for the most commons operations where Account Voucher could be used, like the Sale Receipts and Supplier Payments do now, and with a clean explanation a partner could use to develop their own new Account Voucher's Types.

Thank you again for your help.

José Elcorrobarrutia

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2016-04-18 20:27 GMT-05:00 Dominique KON SUN TACK <>:

You cannot do accruals through bank statement when there is no cash transaction, and this may happen every month if you have monthly closing.

A goodwill is not always as simple as a purchase. (Equity transaction)

Write off is not only about uncollected debt, but can be impairment of asset

Lol, accounting is more than invoices...

On 19 Apr, 2016 9:11 am, "Nhomar Hernandez" <> wrote:

On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 7:53 PM, Dominique KON SUN TACK <> wrote:

- loan

On this case if you accountant load more than 1 per month, it is better build a loan management syetem with proper loan information,

Even with that it is so simple to go to partner which you are giving or receiing the loan, then journal entries, then load the 4 lines you need (already contextualized in the partner)

- write-off

AFAICR this can be managed with bankstatements (and loan also) 

- accrual


- goodwill

is not this a Purchase whith a product line which the expense account is an asset account? a supplier invoice is enought AFAICR.

- re classification of entries (after audit) etc...

This is once per month, if you need to do this several times the configuration is the issue not the  load of entries itself.

But yes, there is few cases but so few ones where you load a lot of journal entries.

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