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Entering Supplier Overpayment

I recently made an error when transferring payment to one of our suppliers and paid them twice the amount on our statement. The supplier is going to apply this as a credit on our account (which will be used up over the next month or so), but i need to enter it through MYOB so i can reconcile. How to…

Supplier Overpayment Incorrectly Recorded

I have a supplier who is paid by direct debit. Back in July, they accidently processed a direct debit which meant we were in credit with them. As we had no current invoices it was processed as spend money. Our financial year ended in Sept. What transactions do I need to make so I can use this credit…

Overpaid a supplier

…AccountRight Plus v19.5. We have accidently overpaid a supplier. When i try to "pay bills" under the purchases tab, it will not allow me to record the overpayment. We will have more invoices from this supplier, so we are happy to have the overpayment go towards future invoices. How do clear the purchases…

Overpaid supplier

…am reconciling the cheque account and we have overpaid a supplier by $50 and I don't know how to post it. As it is 'Cash accounting' I didn't want to use the purchase register to rectify the overpayment. How else can I post this overpayment. Thanks, Ela

supplier over-payment

…entered all outstanding suppliers at this date which include 2 with whom we are in credit. I need to enter a credit amount but it wont let me. I also continue to pay a weekly amount to these suppliers but it won't let me enter the continuing payments. I.e. our power supplier I pay a regulary weekly amount…

Handling overpayments

…note shows you how to handle the situation where a customer overpays their account or you overpay a supplier. Depending on your situation, click to see the applicable section of this support note: Customer overpayment Supplier overpayment Solution Summary In the Receive Payments window, overwrite the…

Supplier overpayment in reconciled months

Hi, A supplier has alerted me to the double payment of two invoices earlier this year. They occured because this supplier direct debits a set amount each month, and sends an invoice for our records. There are also many other invoices from them, so when I started in this position I paid those invoices…

Over payment of Supplier

…on "Handeling Overpayments" and have come unstuck with the following point: "Overtype the outstanding amount with the same amount that was entered in the Amount field. Alternatively, if the supplier has other open purchases, click in the Amount Applied field to apply the overpayment to these purchases…

How do I record over payment of supplier when working on cash accounting basis

…MYOB on a cash accounting basis recently. I was reconciling my bank statement and noticed that I had written a cheque out incorrectly when paying a supplier so i have overpaid them. How should I record this in MYOB? I work on a cash basis so use Spend Money to pay bills. What should I do to record the…

Finding and deleting or reversing a finance charge

…equally applies to Purchases or Trade Creditors. The following support notes may also be useful: Receivables reconciliation Handling overpayments Reversing customer or supplier deposits Solution Summary When a finance charge is charged to a customer, the software records two transactions: * a Receive Payments…

Using the Bank Register

…customer's / supplier's balance, you will need to click the Split button. This will transfer you to the Receive Payments / Pay Bills window through which the overpayment can be applied. * For information on recording overpayments, please refer to our support note Handling overpayments. * Click the Split…

Reversing customer deposits

…This credit note will be refunded in Task 7. Note: If the finance charge was an overpayment of the customer's account, please see our support note Handling overpayments which explains how to record account overpayments correctly. Also see our support notes Finding and deleting or reversing a finance…