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A/R reserve invoice (SAP Business One)

An A/R reserve invoice is a special form of A/R invoice that provides revenue recognition (and payment) prior to the delivery of goods or services is possible.
The outgoing advance invoice is used in cases where a pro forma invoice is necessary for special declarations (e.g. customs). Only the necessary accounting transactions are created, while the stock entries are made at a later date. This is the case when the goods have been delivered and a delivery has been created in SAP Business One based on the A/R reserve invoice. It is also possible to create an A/R reserve invoice with a zero amount. With this method it is possible to article reserve that were intended for free delivery, e.g. those that are part of a promotion or are covered by a Service contract fall.



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