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4 weeks 2 days ago #47560 by Paulo
Hello:

According to some countries' accounting laws (like Spain), when an invoice is cancelled and refunded you cannot simply cancel that invoice. You have to create a new invoice with a negative amount, a "factura de abono", addressed to the same client of the original invoice. Also, all invoices need to have consecutive numbers, including the "facturas de abono".

We have customized our client's Jomres installation to allow for consecutively numbered invoices according to law, but AFAIK Jomres does not have the ability to create invoices with negative amounts, to compensate for cancelled invoices. Is there any plugin around for this?

Thanks.

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3 weeks 5 days ago #47563 by Paulo
[Looks around] :blink:

Anyone?

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3 weeks 4 days ago #47565 by Rodrigo Rocco
As far as I know, there is not such a plugin.

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