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# 29/07/2010 à 12:53 abdennebi
SALUT.
notre cas est la suivante:
après livraison et facturation a quelque client et surtout les client fidèles,si cet client nous paye au comptant dans ce cas on applique une remise de 5% et si le règlement sera a terne on n'applique pas la remise et nous informe que cette remise non indiquer sur la facture et on ne peut pas écire au dessus de facture comme une conditions des reglement puisque cette cas applicable a quelque clients.comment on peut considérer cette différence puisque il y a une différence entre facturation et règlement por soldé la client.
# 30/07/2010 à 12:47 Collaborateur C.B.I.C.
La remise de 5% que vous appliquez pour les règlements au comptant sont des remises hors factures.
Pour éviter les écarts éventuels entre la facture et le montant réglé par le client, vous pouvez établir un avoir financier en deux exemplaires.
Le premier premier exemplaire adressé au client portant sa signature pour accusé de réception, et l'autre pour la comptabilité.

La décharge du client est très importante sur le plan fiscal, comme ça en cas de contrôle fiscal, l'avoir financier justifiera le montant de la TVA sur remise déduite de du montant de la TVA collectée au titre de votre chiffre d'affaires.

Bien sur, si vous utilisez un logiciel de facturation, vous pouvez paramétrer la remise dans la facture, puisque normalement vous avez déjà l'information que le client va régler sa facture au comptant au moment de l'établissement de la facture.

# 31/07/2010 à 09:46 abdennebi
salut.
quand on peut considérer un client douteux et quel sont les procédures qu'il faut suivre pour obtenir une situation comptable et fiscal correcte?
# 31/07/2010 à 10:43 abdennebi
salut.
Est ce que l'associé peut prêter sa société et quel sont les procédures de prêt et de remboursement.
merci bien
# 03/08/2010 à 09:47 abdennebi
salut.
quand on peut considérer un client douteux et quel sont les procédures qu'il faut suivre pour obtenir une situation comptable et fiscal correcte?
# 03/08/2010 à 09:48 abdennebi
salut.
Est ce que l'associé peut prêter sa société et quel sont les procédures de prêt et de remboursement.
merci bien
# 16/08/2010 à 11:04 abdennebi
salut.
Est ce que l'associé peut prêter sa société et quel sont les procédures de prêt et de remboursement.
merci bien
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