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Seperation of revenue for invoices and credit

Jan Smith shared this idea 3 years ago
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At this moment if you use report, you will see that credit are added to your revenue.

If you periodically export your overview for your accountant, he will receive a revenue that is higher.

For example if you have 100 customers all have paid 100 euro credit = € 10.000,-

If they have used that credit during your tax period, then your sales tax report will state that you had € 20.000,- in revenue.

And you are going to pay company / profit tax about that revenue.

A solution is to use only the credit tax as formal invoice ( and VAT tax) and each order paid with credit will receive a transaction slip, deducting the amount.

This has benefit for both your accountant as with the accountant of your customers, because instead receiving invoices for EACH service/domains (some have hundreds) they only receive one for each credit they pay. And have a transaction slip per order for accountability on how credit was used.

Is have seen this topic:


And it makes sense, as only banks can receive money for deposit purposes.