Invoicing history view shows a specification of Procountor’s monthly service charges. The view lists all receipts and additional services that the Procountor environment in question has been invoiced for since October 2018.
Invoicing history is accessed by choosing Management > Invoicing history.
Note! Invoicing history is only available for those invoices that have been received as electronic invoices from invoicer Accountor Finago Oy. Viewing rights for purchase invoices is required in order to use Invoicing history.
The left side of Invoicing history view includes a drop-down menu for Year that is used to choose the year to be examined. After the year has been chosen, all invoiced months of the year appear below the drop-down menu. Listed months include an invoice or invoices that are specified with their invoice dates.
The upper section of the view displays more specific information about the invoice:
- Invoice no. (Procountor’s invoice number)
- Original invoice number (invoicer’s invoice number)
- Invoice date
- End sum
Export button in the upper section of the view exports the invoice information to an Excel worksheet.
Every invoiced item (such as travel invoice, journal receipt and VAT summary) is listed in the view as a separate header line. Clicking a header line opens more detailed information about the invoiced item. Every header line shows also the total amount of transactions and the total charged amount of the expense type.
When the header line of an expense type is clicked open, the following columns become visible in the view:
- Environment (in accounting office environments, monthly invoices from Ledger customers and the own accounting office environment are brought to the itemization; Environment column hence shows the Procountor environment that the invoiced function belongs to)
- Invoiced item type
- Additional information
Possible refunds are not included to the Invoicing history view.
Invoices of January 2019 have included incorrectly invoiced sending fees of the Incomes Register. Therefore, the Invoicing history view also includes incorrect total sums and sending amounts. The unnecessary fees are refunded in the invoice of February. However, the refunds are not visible in the invoicing history.
Incomes Register sending invoice row shows the amount earnings payment reports made. A single earnings payment report is equivalent, for example, to a report made from the salary of a single employee. In January 2019, sending fees of the Incomes Register were invoiced incorrectly based on the amount of earnings payment reports.
Incomes Register sending row shows the actual amount of separate sending batches. In other words, this amount means the earnings payment reports sent to the Incomes Register using the Send reports button (in Earnings payment report view). Because it is possible to send several reports in a single sending batch, the amount of sending batches can be lower than the amount of reports. In future, the amount of sending batches is going to be used as the basis of charging sending fees.