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Making Invoices

It's clear how to make invoices, but if I want to make a credit invoice, e.g. a commission invopice (where I can manually add the tax amount), how do I do that?
The program does not seem to work with negative numbers or amounts on the invoice?

ariadne Posted a reply 4 years ago

Hi Bart,

Quote:

It's clear how to make invoices, but if I want to make a credit invoice, e.g. a commission invopice (where I can manually add the tax amount), how do I do that?


http://jem.jrox.com/kb/article/6-manually-adding-a-tax-amount-to-an-invoice

Quote:

The program does not seem to work with negative numbers or amounts on the invoice?


When you refer to negative numbers, do you mean like the customer owes you? Are you trying to calculate the taxes on the invoice (so it's 'minus' taxes)?

JROX Staff Posted a reply 4 years ago

the system does not allow negative amounts in invoices.

you can add a 'refund' payment to invoices to reflect refund amounts as negative amount.

there is currently no option for adding taxes to commissions.

bartf Posted a reply 4 years ago

According to European Law we have to make a commission invoice on which VAT is added.

So, as the commission invoices that JEM produce don't have the option to add VAT, we have a problem here.

Also, it's against the law to make invoives (debit or credit) without a subsequent numbering.

That's why I was thinking of the option to use eacht commission invoice to manually make an credit-invoice, with the numbering and the possibility to add the VAT. However, as a credit invoice the number oor amount should be negative (just like a refund).

So why can a refund be negative, but can't I make a credit invoice?

Can I change this in one of the pages somewhere, e.g. remove the test that the amount should be bigger than zero?

I think it would be a bit awkward to use another invoice program just for the credit invoices?

JROX Staff Posted a reply 4 years ago

Bart,

do you just need a tax field that is added to the commission details page that you can add a tax amount to and have it subtracted from the affiliate commission amount? For example:

commission amount = 10.00
tax amount = 0.19
total commission amount = 9.81

bartf Posted a reply 4 years ago

No, it shouyld be added, just like with a sale.
If someone earns EUR 100 in commissions, and if they live in Holland or Belgium a 21% tax should be added and they would have to be paid out EUR 121.

And extra field could maybe solve this (which then has to be depentent on the tax zone, just as with a regular invoice), however that does not solve the problem that the commission invoice has to be numbered...

So, the easiest solution would be to make a credit-invoice ourselves (and manually add the tax %), but then we would need to know if it's possible to remove the check that an amount on the invoicing wouyld have to be > zero.

bartf Posted a reply 4 years ago

Can anyone help me with this...
Still puzzling how to make (credit) invoices, so withg a negative amount

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