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AutoEntry Sage 50


I would like to bring up a problem we have come across with putting payments through AutoEntry and wondered if anyone had any ideas

Purchase Payments (PP) put through autoentry on a supplier invoice with VAT and coded T1 when imported into sage go in as a T9 PP with a VAT amount

any thoughts - Thanks



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Crap in, crap out.You need to properly learn how to deal with items in sage before you start. PP are not T1, so of course auto entry is attempting to override, but can only override part, hence vat showing. Assuming you are on vat std scheme, you only give partial facts so have to guess.

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