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Grant a collection reduction

You can grant a default collection reduction to your debtors. The collection discount is an amount or a percentage that applies to all collection orders. The collection reduction is calculated over the total invoice amount including VAT. If you want to grant a default collection reduction to your debtors, you can set this up in the administration settings.

If you settle credit notes in the collection orders, you can also calculate the discount over the credit notes. This, too, you can specify in the administration settings.

Example: Collection reduction based on a fixed discount amount

Suppose you must collect three invoices and settle one credit note with a debtor and per invoice a discount of € 2.50 is deducted.

  • There is a discount for credit notes: 3 invoices + 1 credit note = 4 invoices * €2.50 = €10.00.
  • The discount does not apply to credit notes: 3 invoices * € 2.50 = € 7.50.

    Example: Collection reduction based on a fixed discount percentage

  • Suppose you must collect three invoices for a total amount of €10,000 from a debtor and settle one credit note for an amount of €2,000. A collection reduction of 2 % is given.
  • There is a discount for credit notes: 2% * €10,000 = €200.00.
  • The discount does not apply to credit notes: € 10,000.00 -/- € 2,000.00 = € 8,000.00. 2% * € 8,000.00 = € 160.00

Directly to

  1. Automatic collection via SEPA
  2. Configure automatic collection with SEPA
  3. Configure a debtor for automatic collection with SEPA
  4. Record multiple debit mandates per debtor
  5. Configure collection specification sending by e-mail
  6. SEPA collection concepts and scenarios
  7. Record the debit mandate date per debtor
  8. Change or view the collection settings for an invoice
  9. Record the debit mandate date per invoice
  10. View debit mandates
  11. Print a mandate form
  12. Collection pre-announcement notification to debtor
  13. Delete a debit mandate
  14. Change the SEPA collection method of an existing debtor from Standard to B2B
  15. Change the bank account number of an existing debtor with an existing mandate
  16. Grant a collection reduction
  17. Add a SEPA collection order
  18. View and change a collection order
  19. Generate and journalise a collection file
  20. Directly process a collection order
  21. E-mail or print a collection specification
  22. Complete a collection order
  23. Reverse a collection order
  24. Perform an automatic collection with payment instalments
  25. Perform an automatic collection using a collection set
  26. Automatic collection via the bank link (AFAS Online)

Process

Collection