Consider this scenario:
Payment terms: 2%
Invoice #1 for $100 (Discount $2)
Invoice #2 for $100 (Discount $2)
Invoice #3 for $100 (Discount $2)
Credit memo for $125 (Fully applied to Invoice #1 during the checkrun)
Total Discounts Taken: $6 ($2 follows the credit memo, and $4 follows the check)
Check = $169
The total discounts taken are $6, but some reports only show $4 for the discounts that follow the check. The discounts that follow the fully applied credit memo do not display on all the reports as follows:
Computer Checks Posting Journal - Shows all discounts: $6
Distribution Breakdown Register - Only shows discounts that follow the check: $4
GL Distribution Summary - Only shows discounts that follow the check: $4
General Posting Journal (GL) - Shows all discounts: $6
Option #1 - If you are balancing the checkrun to what posted to GL, the easy work-around is to use the General posting Journal or Computer Checks Posting Journal instead. Do not use the GL Distribution Summary report* to balance to GL since the amount of all the discounts taken automatically during the checkrun are not reflected on this report. (*Or the user can just be aware that this report will be short by the amount in the Additional Distributions section as reflected on the Computer Checks Posting Journal.
Option #2 - Manually apply the credit memo's to the invoices beforehand using the Apply Payables Document window. The discounts taken will be booked at the time they are applied, and will also follow the credit memo. However, this keeps it outside of the checkrun. Turn off the option to automatically apply credit memo's during the checkrun.
Raksta ID: 2501363. Pēdējo reizi pārskatīts: 2011. gada 5. aug.. Pārskatījums: 1