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What is a difference between debit and credit note?

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Debit and credit Note : 1. A transaction that reduces Amounts Receivable from a customer is a credit memo. For eg. The customer could return damaged goods. A debit memo is a transaction that reduces Amounts Payable to a vendor because, you send damaged goods back to your vendor. 2. Credit memo request is a sales document used in complaints processing to request a credit memo for a customer. If the price calculated for the customer is too high, for example, because the wrong scale prices were used or a discount was forgotten, you can create a credit memo request. The credit memo request is blocked for further processing so that it can be checked. If the request is approved, you can remove the block. The system uses the credit memo request to create a credit memo. You can use credit memos in Sales and Distribution (SD) for assigning credit memo requests to the open invoices and in Financial Accounting (FI) for assigning credit memos and payments to the open invoices and carry out ... more
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Definitions of Debits and Credits Debit An entry in the financial books of a firm that increases an asset or an expense or an entry that decreases a liability, owner's equity (capital) or income. Also, an entry entered on the left side (column) of a journal or general ledger account. Let's combine the two above definitions into one complete definition. An entry (amount) entered on the left side (column) of a journal or general ledger account that increases an asset, draw or an expense or an entry that decreases a liability, owner's equity (capital) or revenue. Credit An entry in the financial books of a firm that increases a liability, owner's equity (capital) or revenue, or an entry that decreases an asset or an expense. Also, an entry entered on the right side (column) of a journal or general ledger account. Let's combine the two above definitions into one complete definition. An entry (amount) entered on the right side (column) of a journal or general ledger account that increases ... more
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A debit note is a note sent to a customer indicating that his account has been debited due to less amount calculated in the invoice either due to tax not included or sale price calculated less or a purchase return. A crebit note is a note sent to a customer indicating that his account has been crebited due to excess amount calculated in the invoice either due to discount not included or sale price calculated more or a sales return. more
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Debit Note is a document which you raise on a party from whom you have charged less than what you should have charged in the Invoice/Bill. You regularise the additional charges by way of a Debit Note. Credit Note is the reverse of it. By way of credit note , the receiver of credit note becomes eleigible for refund of the amount which was charges extra , or wrongly. The party can either get this credit adjusted in subsequent transactions or ask for a cash refund. Both these types of notes are enabling documents for making entries in the account books. more
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