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Re: Accounting v9: Questionby
Here in canada, we are just using "at date".
Never seen a customer with average mode...
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Envoyé: Lundi 17 Novembre 2014 03:42:41
Objet: Re: Accounting v9: Question
At the end of the year we need official rate for all year to calculate the exchange rate difference ( - http://www.ictax.admin.ch/2013/it/index.html -).
Il 17.11.2014 04:32, Ashley Marc ha scritto:
Yes we are allowed to use a monthly average rate in singapore. We follow closely to ifrs compliance.
Hello, Does anyone use the "Currency Mode" on "Average Rate" on an account? In this mode: - incoming money use the currency rate at date - outgoing money use an average rate on the account for the current rate Usually, companies work "At Date": - incoming money use the currency rate at date - outgoing money use the currency rate at date - from time to time, we post exchange gains/loss entries Nearly all accounting software I tested use the currency mode "At Date". I am not even sure someone may need the currency mode "Average Rate". I am not even sure it's legal to do this. -- Fabien Pinckaers Odoo Founder Phone: +188.8.131.52.00 Web: https://www.odoo.com Twitter: @fpodoo Instant Demo: https://odoo.com/start
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