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Cashbacks tracked on off-licence stores


I got the Cardnet report with service carges+fees; preparing the VAt but need to trace Cashbacks?

Second, what's best method for bookkeeping via Quickbooks for off-licence stores? Do i have to use a clearing account to clearing Banking feeds? or try to post CardNet receipts directly to Sales, then apply the journal once APPORTINMENT SCHEME calculations are done?



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I've seen some qtr reports of Tills sales? can all off-licences produce that or should we use always Apportionment schemes?

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As you are new to the forum you'd get more responses by starting off with a 'hello', and a bit of a clue as to who you are, what you do, and then a touch more info on what it is you are trying to achieve.



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