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Account Receivables Under Payment

Dear Experts,

I try using function of "Assign on Account Payment" to allocate the difference of Under Payment to the same Account.

However, I experience the Error Message that

???? THB assigned to partner YYYY exceed payment amount ZZZ THB.

For example

AR = 1,000 THB

Payment = 200 THB

and I want to leave the rest of amount (1000 - 200) remaining on to the same account. So I use the function Assign on Account Payment

as Debit AR 800 THB.

By using the function "Assign on Account Payment"

I received the message

1000 THB assigned to Partner YYYY exceed payment amount 200 THB.

Note that: I am not able to split this document as it is an Open AR migration document.

Thank you very much.

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2016 at 03:00 PM

    Hi Weerakhan,

    As you already mentioned that it is an 'Underpayment' then again 'Assign on account' payment is actually not required.

    If its 'overpayment' then you need to decide how to allocate the remaining amount and that time you can use the option of 'assign on account'.

    Now you only need to select the 'invoice' and post it, so that the invoice will be partially cleared to the underpayment amount.

    Please mark the thread as answered/helpful if your query is answered.


    Lokesh Sharma

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    • Andreanne Trudeau Weerakhan Tantiphaiboontana

      Hi Weerakhan,

      I don't know this procedure works on migrated item but I think you can explore this option.

      To apply a partial payment on a AR open items you can enter the partial amount into the "Applied Net Amount" field. In my example my invoice is a full amount of 1 288 $. In the "Applied Net Amount" I've entered a partial amount of 200$.

      Hope this Helps!


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