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From davidofbiz <da...@merrow.com>
Subject How to Treat Invoice Errors (other than credit memos and reversals)
Date Tue, 06 May 2008 12:19:56 GMT


We've been using OpenTaps for a number of months now and have ran into an
issue when we need to correct an invoice.

I understand that invoices can be altered by using credit memos, by reducing
the amount outstanding.  However for our international shipments, our
invoices need to match perfectly for customs reasons.

As a "quick-fix", to correct an invoice error, we have been creating a
return, which simultaneously puts items back into stock and creates an
offsetting entry to the customer statement, and then re-entering the
corrected order. Unfortunately, what that leaves us with is a duplicate
invoice which ends up inflating sales figures.

We were curious as to how other groups alter invoices that have been
created.  Is there a way to completely delete the invoice?  Or is the only
proper way to approach this to create individual reversals for the invoice,
and receive the items back in stock?


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