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Sales & Invoicing: implementing

Sales & Invoicing: VAT rates.

Introduction. Beginner Ervaren Expert Why? VAT is the tax you pay on your sales. You calculate the VAT in the price for your services. Every month, quarter or year, you file a tax return and pay the VAT. VAT that you have paid yourself on business expenses can be deducted. How do you do th...

Sales & Invoicing: ledger accounts.

Introduction. Why? A general ledger account is a collection of equal items of expenditure or income. The collection of all general ledger accounts is called the general ledger. This gives you easy insight into the financial flows in your company. Each general ledger account is given a unique ac...

Sales & Invoicing: cost centers.

Introduction. Beginner Ervaren Expert Why? Use a cost center in your accounting to group a specific cost type or multiple cost types. How do you do that? By default, one cost centre is supplied with the code 'Intern'. You can add, change or remove cost centres yourself. If you d...

Sales & Invoicing: units.

Introduction. Beginner Ervaren Expert Why? A unit is used in a sales and purchase rule and is needed if the costs or income are not determined per participant or part of the day. Think for example of 'Hour', 'Journey time' or 'KM'. You only need a unit if you cho...

Sales & Invoicing: payment methods.

Introduction. Beginner Ervaren Expert Why? Do you want to keep track of how an invoice is paid? Then use one or more payment methods. How do you do that? Payment methods can be created at your own discretion. Think of 'Cash', 'In advance', 'iDeal', 'Trans...

Sales & Invoicing: debtors.

Introduction. Beginner Ervaren Expert Why? Debtors are automatically created in Coachview the moment you register a request. However, it may be desirable to modify or supplement the data. Via the company or personal file you can see whether a company or person has been created as a debtor i...