Fwd: invoice: rounding final figure
Wouter van Marle
wouter at squirrel-systems.com
Thu Jun 8 10:19:16 EDT 2006
> > If you set your A/R account to 0 decimal points
> How can I do that? didnt see any options in preferences. Also is it
> possible to set the start-end of financial year?
Not in the 1.8.x (I've tried; Hong Kong has a financial year that's from
April to March). It's fixed to the calendar year.
The 1.9.6 beta does have an "accounting period" setting; seems to be the
financial year. Can be changed there. I haven't tried this function yet
(will do so when the 2.0 is ready and stable; then I'm going to move my
business finances to the new software).
> On 6/8/06, Derek Atkins <warlord at mit.edu> wrote:
> > Hmm.. The invoice printing computations are computed differently than
> > the posted transaction. We probably should use the same APIs there.
> > If you set your A/R account to 0 decimal points (e.g. whole dollars and
> > no cents) then it will round as you want (although the round-down
> > will go from "1,10,124.25[sic]" to "1,10,124" not "123"..
> > But the printed invoice wont do that the same way because the math is
> > done "differently" in the report versus the CoA.
> > I think there's already an open bug for this, but in general (except
> > in the case where you change the commodity_scu for the account) it's
> > usually only off by a penny, if it's off at all.
> > -derek
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