Due to/Due from accounting allows you to track funds owed between companies. Billing and Payable transactions are created from one company to another. This article describes how to best record Inter-company Due to/Due from so the transactions can be identified for elimination in a consolidation.
Record Inter-Company Due to/Due from
- Set up each company as an Account.
- Set up each company as a Ledger.
- Each transaction would result in 1 billing and 1 payable.
- For Billing transactions:
- Select the company you are billing as the account.
- Select the company that you will be creating the receivable for and on the Billing Line.
- For example, Company A is creating a Billing to Company B. Company A would click on new Billing and enter Company B as the customer. On the Billing, the Ledger would be Company A.
- For Vendor transactions:
- Select the company you are paying as the account.
- Select the company that you will be creating the payable for and on the Payable Line.
- Continuing with the above example, Company B would create a payable to Company A. On the Payable, the Ledger would be Company B.
- Reports can be generated to help with elimination entries:
- Click into reports and select New Report. Create a Billing with Billing Lines report and filter by Customer and Ledger. Add the Revenue GL account and Amount field as columns.
- Click into reports and select New Report. Create a Payable with Payable Lines report and filter by Vendor and Ledger. Add the Expense GL account and Amount field as columns.
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