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Consolidate balances for account that is both customer and vendor

If a company is a customer and vendor, allow them to "pay" their AR invoices by using what you owe them on the AP side. Also consider netting the option to net the balances.

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  • Nov 3 2014
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  • Angelo Pickard commented
    22 Jul, 2019 09:12am

    Is this feature going to be included anytime soon? The majority of our customers are asking for this feature

  • Gary Jensen commented
    5 Jun, 2019 04:03pm

    This is a great way to show the benefit of our business account function.  I would further suggest that we allow an existing customer / vendor to be combined when the ID'are different but it is the same record. For example a install comes from a legacy system where we do not have this function, they have a vendor record and and a customer record, we should allow them to change one or the other id to match.

  • Cosmin Antohe commented
    7 May, 2019 06:48am

    May use an Cash Account (instead of an treasury GLAccount you may associate an accrual GLAccount) as an intermediate compensation account; You increase it closing the customer balance amount and decrease it when you close the Vendor liability. 

    Keep in mind that some transactions of this type may be restricted by law in some countries base on money laundering rules. Using the Cash Account may help identify this type of transactions more easy;

  • Sergey Vereshchagin commented
    15 Aug, 2017 08:20am

    Was promised in 2009 if recall correctly, still not there...

  • Tim Rodman commented
    13 Feb, 2017 06:54pm

    This is known in some systems as a settlement process between Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payables. I'm mainly adding this comment to get Google to see the word "settlement" in case people search for it :)