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Unallocated invoices and payments


Hi All, It has been a few years since I last used Sage 50 and I cannot recall how to allocate payments to a PI that is posted to a supplier account after the payment is posted

I have taken on a new job and I have a clean up to do, there are alot of payments and invoices outstanding on my suppliers that I need to allocate together but cannot recall how to do this

Any advice would be really grateful

thanks



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Hi Paula, welcome to the forum

Its 14 years since I last used Sage. Don't you go into the supplier record and allocate the invoice and payment? Think you highlight both then press a button to allocate. Memory may be playing tricks though.



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Bank, enter supplier name, enter date (today so not messing up prior periods), do not enter amount in box, click on SI/PI to pay, click pay in full if appropriate and click on payment amount and again click on pay in full as appropriate, so analysis total is nil.Save. Try in practice mode if you are rusty. Also check out sage help / google how to files which are comprehensive and cover this.

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thank you all, I think i will be using this forum a bit more often

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