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Fuel Receipts

Im new to all this so bare with me. I am currently in the process of putting receipts (diesel receipts from a haulage company) onto sage. The problem is that the payments through the bank for these receipts is split three ways into cheque, ebp and pos, and they don t cover the full amount of receipts. I normally just put them on as a bank payment but the payments don t always equal the sum of the receipts in this case. I also have a greater value of receipts than the value of payments, but my boss still wants to claim the VAT back from a directors loan into the company.

Help or advice on best method to put this onto sage logically would be greatly appreciated.

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