I paid my supplier twice... Ooops

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Hi,

I have just realised that I paid a supplier twice. 

They don’t want to refund me the money, they want to keep it against my account to pay for future bills.

How do I put this through Reckon Accounts?

 

Thanks,

Rebecca

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Kevin V. Russell, Accredited Partner

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Bec you can pay a supplier by writing a cheque and using a supplier in the name column thus: It will show up as a credit on the supplier account. Cheers
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Thanks Kevin,

That was the response I was after...
I knew I couldn't write a credit because I didn't know what account to put it against, but this allows me to put it to the supplier without having to assign an account or a Tax code. Thank you.

Kind Regards, Rebecca
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Bec, no problem whatsoever. This is what I do.
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Kevin,
Sorry I'm a bit confused.... Looking at your screenshot, and your instructions, if paying a supplier, how can I select the supplier, when it only shows customers?  I paid the supplier at the start of the month as they had made a mistake on our account.  Then at the end of the month I stupidly paid them again.  I am trying to reconcile the second payment but don't know how to record it in Reckon so it is a credit on their account for their next invoice.  If that makes sense.
Thank you
Sarah
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Tanya Briggs, Accredited Partner

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As long as you choose the Accounts Payable account in the Account column, the drop down list in the Customer:Job column is actually the list of suppliers.
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Oh ok, I’ll have another look at it. Thank you.