importing income to two invoices

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abbotsford books
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importing income to two invoices

Post by abbotsford books » 25 Feb 2013 22:48

I have received income from a Council, but the one amount is for two clients, where i produced two separate invoices. i dont seem to be able to allocate to the different clients, it always shows that one client has extra money sitting there. help!

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Re: importing income to two invoices

Post by charleshorse » 27 Feb 2013 10:26

I think you need to do separate receipts, one for each invoice. Presumably you could give each receipt the same reference number or something. But MoneyWorks has something called "Head Office Billing" which might help you if you get money from one source for multiple different invoices.

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Re: importing income to two invoices

Post by Simon » 19 Apr 2013 09:42

Rather than use the Head Office billing feature (if the 2 clients are actaully associated) you could use the Banking feature. Enter the receipt as 2 seperate amounts - one to each debtor, and use the bank account "UnBanked". Then "Bank" then as one amount.

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