Customer Recharges

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Technical name ng_customer_recharge
LicenseOPL-1
Websitehttp://www.mattobell.com
Required Apps Sale & Purchase Vouchers (account_voucher)
Invoicing Management (account_invoicing)
Purchase Management (purchase)
Inventory Management (stock)
Technical name ng_customer_recharge
LicenseOPL-1
Websitehttp://www.mattobell.com
Required Apps Sale & Purchase Vouchers (account_voucher)
Invoicing Management (account_invoicing)
Purchase Management (purchase)
Inventory Management (stock)

MANAGING CUSTOMER RECHARGES

Customer Recharges arises from time to time in situations where an entity (Entity A) purchases goods or services on behalf of another entity (Entity B). The goods/services purchased are not a cost to Entity A since they will need to be recharged back to Entity B. In some scenarios, Entity A may mark up the cost of the goods or services purchased to earn some profit on the transaction. In this case, only the portion of the profit earned will be booked in Entity A’s profit & loss account.
This module allows us to carry out Customer Recharges in two ways:

  • You can either recharge a customer via Vendor Bills to Customer Invoice or
  • From Purchase Order to Vendor Bills and then to Customer Invoice.

Configuration

There are few configurations to do before putting this module to us.
- On the Default Journal tab of Company configuration, create and set a Journal to be used for Customer Recharges


Scenario 1: From Vendor Bills to Customer Invoice

On the Vendor Bills Form

  • select the vendor you are purchasing the goods/services from
  • tick the field called “Recharge”. This will cause the invoice to be treated as a recharge
  • select the customer to recharge. This is the customer we are purchasing the products/service on their behalf (Entity B)
  • select a Recharge Account: Make sure this account of type Current Asset. We have set the Recharge Account automatically from Company Settings
  • if you need to recharge the product/service at a markup, tick the field called “Markup” and a select the markup account from the Markup Account field.

Scenario 1: From Vendor Bills to Customer Invoice

On the Vendor Bills Form

  • select the vendor you are purchasing the goods/services from
  • tick the field called “Recharge”. This will cause the invoice to be treated as a recharge
  • select the customer to recharge. This is the customer we are purchasing the products/service on their behalf (Entity B)
  • select a Recharge Account: Make sure this account of type Current Asset. We have set the Recharge Account automatically from Company Settings
  • if you need to recharge the product/service at a markup, tick the field called “Markup” and a select the markup account from the Markup Account field.
  • finally, add the BILL lines. Add product/service, quantity, mark-up percentage and any discount where applicable
  • validate the Bills and move to the next step.
Once the BILL is validated, it creates a Customer Invoice automatically for the Customer selected while generating the Vendor Bills (ie Entity B)
Navigate to Customer Invoices. On the customer Invoice, select the Customer you billed and select the Bill on the field called “Recharges” and every information that was billed to the customer will be auto populated.

Validate the Invoice.

Scenario 2: From Purchase Orders to Customer Invoice

From Purchase Order form

  • select a Vendor
  • tick the field called “Recharge”
  • select the customer to recharge. This is the customer we are purchasing the products/service on their behalf (Entity B)
  • select a Recharge Account: Make sure this account if of type Current Asset. We have set the Recharge Account automatically from the Journal Form in the Default tab of the Company form (see Configuration above)
  • if you need to recharge the product/service at a markup, tick the field called “Markup” and a select the markup account from the Markup Account field
  • add the products to purchase on behalf of your customer. Confirm Order, Receive Product and Validate.

Now after making the Purchase Order for the Customer, you can now raise a Vendor Bill for the Customer.
  • select the vendor, you purchased from: The Purchase Order will be available on the field called “Add Purchase Order” and every other information you have selected on the Purchase Order will be available automatically, then you can validate the Vendor Bill
  • Once the BILL is validated, it creates a Customer Invoice automatically for the Customer selected while generating the Vendor Bills (ie Entity B).
  • navigate to Customer Invoices. On the customer Invoice, select the Customer you billed and select the Bill on the field called “Recharges” and every information that was billed on the customer will be auto populated.

List of Open Recharges:

To ensure you never miss any recharge invoice to your customer, a listing of open Customer Recharges (ie validated vendor bills that are yet to be recharged to the customer) is shown in

Accounting >> Sales >> Customer Recharges menu. It is for information only and cannot be edited. Any recharge that is invoiced will drop from the list On the final Note, you might need to check the Account Journals raised for this Customer Recharges Vendor Bills and Customer Invoice

Account Journal for Vendor Bills

When a vendor bill is raised, and validated, there are two type of Journals that are created; one for the Vendor which is Credited into the Account Payable and the last journal is for each product which is Debited into the Recharges Account.

Account Journal for Customer Recharges
When a customer invoice is validated, there are three types of Journals raised; One for each product which is credited into the Recharges account, one for each product if there is a markup and this wll be credited into the Markup account and the last account will be debited into the Account Receivable.
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