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Hello Team,Could you clarify, does Microsoft Dynamics Navision allow creating Account Receivables Adjustments?Unfortunately, I cannot find how to create them.
This is a NAV/Navision Forum, not GP. Please go to the GP Forum to ask the question.
Sorry, it was my mistake. I asked about adjustments in Microsoft Dynamics Navision.
I amend the mistake.
Could you clarify how to create AR adjustments in Microsoft Dynamics Navision?
What kind of adjustment is it that you want to do. Adjustment due to currency exchange rates or something incorrect invoiced?
For example, Debit Memos, Order Entries, etc.
I found only the following:
- Finance Charge Memo
And the increases the Customer Balance.
Are these all the adjustments available?
You can post salesorder, invoices, credit memos, payments, reminders, finance charges, and refunds. In addition you can adjust for currency rates if you post in foreing currency.
So i think you have all the options you need.
Most of them can be posted either through a journal, the receivable functionality in the finance module or through the sales module.
Here are some links to documentation that might be helpful for you:
If you have other question about one or more of these different transaction types, please feel free to ask them.
Business Central allows for a multitude of transaction types to post to a Customer and their sub-ledger (Customer Ledger Entries). This includes:
Sales Return Order, which produce Sales Credit Memos
Sales Credit Memos
Sales Corrections, which produce reversal of a Posted Sales Invoice or Posted Sales Credit Memo
Finance Charge Memo
Customer Payments, called Payments
Customer Refunds, called Refunds
Reminders are not a transactional document that posts an entry to the General Ledger or Sub-Ledger. It is a feature in which you can setup reminder emails that are sent to customers who are past due based on a rule.
All-in-all, Business Central can create all types of adjustments to a Customer account.
Hope this answers your question.
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