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0007390Openbravo ERP09. Financial managementpublic2009-02-05 13:332009-02-17 09:42
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0007390: Taxes on commissions in bank statement
Currently, when conciliating a payment through the bank statement document, the user can introduce a cost that the bank applies to the payment. This cost is posted in a specific account that can be configured in the ERP. However, the system does not separate the taxes from the base amount of the bank commission.

It would be great if the "Create lines from" button from the "Bank statement" had an additional field for the tax of the payment cost. This way the user could introduce this cost. Then, the system could separate into the accounting the taxes from the base amount of the commission.
Issue History
2009-02-05 13:33jtarbalNew Issue
2009-02-05 13:33jtarbalAssigned To => rafaroda
2009-02-05 13:33jtarbalsf_bug_id0 => 2568143
2009-02-11 11:50rafarodaAssigned Torafaroda => pjuvara
2009-02-11 14:47pjuvaraTag Attached: ReleaseCandidate
2009-02-11 14:47pjuvaraAssigned Topjuvara => rmorley
2009-02-11 14:47pjuvaraStatusnew => acknowledged
2009-02-11 14:47pjuvaraSummaryAccounting of costs in bank statement => Taxes on commissions in bank statement
2009-02-17 09:42jtarbalNote Added: 0013551

2009-02-17 09:42   
If the user wants to separate the taxes of the commission from the net amount, the impact of not having this feature is that he needs to create a new "G/L Journal" that transfers the amount corresponding to the taxes into the correct accounting account.

Depending on the volume of invoices that are included in consolidated remittances, this can represent a huge amount of "G/L Journal" for the user. I guess this only happens in few sectors where there is a lot of volume of sales invoices.