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This module adds the option to add reimbursables to supplier invoices.
Reimbursables are payments for services that your supplier has made on behalf of your company as part of an agreement. Your company receives two invoices: one from the supplier, that includes the reimbursable, and your company should pay, and one from the third party that has been paid by your supplier on your behalf.
For example, when you set up a company your lawyer might pay for various government fees on your behalf, that the lawyer is then going to pass on to you as a reimbursable in the invoice. You will still receive an invoice for the government fees, but you have no obligation to pay them, because they have already been paid by your lawyer.
Table of contents
- Go to ‘Accounting/Invoicing > Vendors > Bills’
- Create an invoice for a provider and add the reimbursables on the reimbursable page
- Validate the invoice
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This module is maintained by the OCA.
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This module is part of the OCA/account-invoicing project on GitHub.
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