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We'd like to be able to attach receipts to general journal entries for Directors who make purchases with their own personal credit cards. Right now we just leave them in the intray as a storage mechanism.
"Attach Receipts to General Journal Entries"
I have a Supplier set-up for each employee who is entitled to reimbursements and a reimbursement clearing account for each . When a receipt is received it is treated as a 'bill' against the employee's supplier account (create a new bill from the intray), or process the bill then link the receipt from the intray. Based on your reimbursement cycle you can then 'clear' the reimbursement accounts by processing a spend money transaction against the appropriate bank account.
Hope this helps ...... geoff
I'm assuming one may allocate an expense code of "owner contribution" to the "bill" and then reconcile as "owner repayment" when the spend transaction comes through?
Agree with this one, as I have a lot of clients who do Intercompany loans and being able to attach intray bills or sales to journals would be handy
Totally agree with this one. Very inconvenient not having the option to attach supporting documents to manual journals in new versio of MYOB Essentials!
I support this 100%. Would be great to be able to attached supporting document to General Journals in AccountRight.
Agree, I would like this feature added.
it would be handy to bve able to attach loan documents to journals accounting for loans etc
I think this is a must
yes, this will be a very useful feature as we do a lot of General Journals especially relating to intercompany transactions.
Not too sure how many likes this needs to receive before MYOB action this feature, but people have been asking for this for too many years.
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