Editing Income Account on Existing Invoice Entries

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Editing Income Account on Existing Invoice Entries

Hi,

 

In order to make it easier to see how much we are receiving from different avenues of sales, we have more than one Accounts Receiveable. For example, we have one for COD and sales done on site, and one for customers who have a 30 day account with us.

 

Some customer cards weren't set up correctly and have now been rectified. But the sales invoices entered prior to the fix are allocated to the wrong receivalbe. Is it possible to change the receivables account that the invoice is allocated to, or do I have to reverse/delete the invoice and re-enter it?

 

Thank you.

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Ultimate Partner IanChait
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Hi @DominiqueK 

 

How do you create multiple Accounts Receivable ? Once I understand this, may be able to help you.

 


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Hi Ian,

 

Same way you create any account in MYOB. Accounts list > New...

 

We have a header account "Accounts Receivable" and then detail accounts for each stream.

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Re: Editing Income Account on Existing Invoice Entries

Myob only allows 1 accounts receivable at a time . This is the linked account for any unpaid sales and is set in the linked accounts section not in the card section.  Whilst it is possible to edit this thus creating additional accounts it would be unwise and pointless. Are you actually referring to different INCOME accounts rather than accounts receivable?  If you want to report on different types of customer sales the traditional method is to use identifiers in the card section. Could you clarify how you are entering sales?

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