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Re: Odoo 14 bank statement reconciliationby
Juan José Scarafía
One more point I don't like is that it doesn't behave the same if you pay the invoice from statement or you make payment before:
A) Paying from invoice:
1) one payment with journal entry for the payment
2) one more entry on the statement when reconciling.
B) paying an invoice directly from the statement:
1) only one journal entry (not payment) created.
So actually, if you use payment menus you will only find payment that were done there but not the ones created from statements.
El vie, 17 dic 2021 a la(s) 10:47, Kitti U. (firstname.lastname@example.org) escribió:
Hi Jordi,Yes, I think the same with you, https://twitter.com/kittiup/status/1315301997810130944Our accountant freakouts everytime this kind of thing happens. For our accounting standard, journal entries must not change once posted.I was learning from Odoo that, many countries don't take it seriously like we do. But this just make Odoo looks bad for auditors.On Thu, Nov 25, 2021 at 2:16 PM Jordi Ballester Alomar <email@example.com> wrote:Hello,I hope this email finds you well. Today I was stuck with the way Odoo handles the bank statement reconciliation in v14 and saw Frederic's tweet from a year ago: https://twitter.com/Frederic_C2C/status/1313521444106706944What really stuck me is not the use of a suspense account during the bank reconciliation, but the fact that once the bank statement line journal entry has been posted to a suspense account, the posted journal entry is modified once you have matched that statement line with an invoice. Changing a posted journal entry??What do you think?--Jordi Ballester AlomarCEO & FounderSpain: (+34) 629 53 07 07 | USA: (+1) 646 980 46 59 | Denmark: (+45) 78 78 21 89
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