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Sage Invoice Write Off

Posted on 2009-03-31
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How do you write off an invoice that has been posted in Sage?

I have created an invoice for a customer and its been posted, but the invoice shouldn't actually be billed to the next financial year, so I want to remove it from the system and inturn my turnover, and repost it next year.

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by:Nick Denny
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You can either do it in corrections or raise an internal credit note.
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You should actually be able to change the date in corrections.

File>Maintenance>Corrections.
You need exlusive access for this (no other users logged on).
You also may want to find the transaction number first from customer record activity.

Cheers
Nick
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