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When you apply a payment to a transaction with mixed sign balances, Receivables applies the payment only to those amounts that have the same sign as the payment. For example, if the payment is for a positive amount, Receivables only reduces the charges that have a positive balance; any negative balances are not affected.
As with transactions having a same sign balance, Receivables will apply any remaining amounts according to the overapplication rule assigned to your Application Rule Set.
Consider the following example:
The invoice now appears as shown below:
|Application Rule Set||Line Items Original||Line Items Remaining||Tax Original||Tax Remaining||Freight Original||Freight Remaining||Charges Original||Charges Remaining|
The amount applied to each line type and the calculations Receivables performs are shown below.
|Total Amount Applied||Line Amt. Applied||Tax Amt. Applied||Freight Amt. Applied||Charges Amt. Applied|
|100||0||71.44 1||21.42 2||7.14 3|
|Table 1 - 1. (Page 1 of 1) Applying Payment Using Application Rule Prorate All|
1 100 - (21.42 + 7.14) = 71.44
2 (30 * 100) / 140 = 21.42
3 (10.00 * 100) / 140 = 7.14
For more information, see: Receivables Application Rule Sets and Application Rule Sets.
We added a new button to the Transactions window which replaces the Complete check box's previous functionality. The new button serves two purposes:
This option lets you control whether transactions can be deleted from Receivables after they have been saved. If you set this option to Yes, you can still specify at the responsibility level which users can delete transactions by using function security. Setting this option to No prevents all Receivables users from deleting transactions; this is a requirement for installations that are legally required to number transactions sequentially with no missing transaction numbers.
See: Transactions and Customers System Options.
See: How AutoLockbox Identifies Customers for a Receipt.
The Suggestion within Step 11 should read as follows:
Suggestion: If you have customers that match receipts using different methods and either Allow Payment of Unrelated Invoices is Yes for this Lockbox submission or AutoAssociate is Yes for this Lockbox, set Match on Corresponding Date to either Always or For Duplicates Only. Because different customers can have transactions with the same number, setting Match on Corresponding Date to one of these values ensures that Lockbox will check both the transaction number and date before matching it with a receipt.
Step 13 should appear as follows:
The Attachment icon in the toolbar indicates whether the Attachments feature is enabled in a window. When the button is greyed out, the Attachment feature is not available. When the Attachment feature is enabled in a window, the icon becomes a solid paper clip. The icon changes to a paper clip holding a paper when the Attachment feature is enabled in a window and the current record has at least one attachment. To view the attachment, choose the Attachment icon.
In Receivables, you can use Attachments in the following windows: