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    Please can someone help me with where I would post Deposits received on Pastel partner. Also is there anyway of issuing two invoices to one person but keeping them totally unrelated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flea28 View Post
    Please can someone help me with where I would post Deposits received on Pastel partner.
    You need to create a Deposits account in the Balance Sheet, in the Other Liabilities financial category.

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    Also is there anyway of issuing two invoices to one person but keeping them totally unrelated?
    I don't understand the question - can you elaborate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neville Bailey View Post
    You need to create a Deposits account in the Balance Sheet, in the Other Liabilities financial category.



    I don't understand the question - can you elaborate?
    Thank you for getting back to me. I work for a rental company and we issue the standard invoice evry month with the rental amount. we then also charge for additional service such as maintenance and drawing up new leases. I dont want these additional charges to show up on the same age analysis as the rental amounts. I want it kept seperate....because the people pay seperately for these services.

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    I suggest that you create two customer categories, one for each type of customer. Then create two accounts for each customer, one account going into the one category and the other into the other category.

    Then, when you run your age analysis, you can filter it by category.
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