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We have this vendor who rounds up always his invoices , so for example if we buy for a value of $500,10 the invoice will show $501. Is there a way that when we post the invoice this 90 cents get booked in the rounding account? Thanks!
Do you mean that you make a Purchase Order of $500,10 - but when you get the physical invoice, there is $501? And then you need to post $501 in reality? But, why do you want to post 90 cents to rounding account instead of posting full $501 as it is?
Because the concept is rounding I guess, would you just adjust the invoice to $501 and thats it? When ne does that there is a negative invoice discount line, but no discount line gets hit.
So, is it the case when inside the (paper vendor) invoice itself, if you multiply the quantity by price per unit, you would get $500.10 but as a total the vendor writes $501?
Excatly, the amount is 24.100 kilos at $0,441/kilo , so $10628,10 , and then another line that says "Rounding" $0,90 , so total $10.629.
To me this looks a strange business practice from the Vendor side. I'd recommend then to enter the same additional line in the Purchase Order with G/L Account type and select needed financial account there (it can be e.g. your needed rounding account). Just be careful with VAT posting groups setup so that you would not get additional VAT out from that rounding amount.
ok, Ill do so, thanks very much
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