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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Actually, you do not want to reduce the product name. When you make the deposit from PayPal, you want it to be for the full amount the customer paid. Then add a second line with a minus amount for the fees, and the account of paypal fees (expense). This way, you split off the fees paid to paypal as an expense, and the bank reconcile matches.
Attempting to reduce the ProductName will only result in tax liability issues, as you have to charge sales tax on the full amount the customer was originally charged.
Using a negative line on the deposit to split the paypal fees off is a much cleaner process, and causes no confussion for the accountants.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
If you have not threatened to cancel, do so now. give them one more time (i mean, you already gave them what 4 mulligna?) and if it shows up again....cancel.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
log to your paypal account and in "my account", on the bottom you will have "my recent activity", in there find relevant payment and click in it on "details", this will provide you with relelvant information, including when, who and for what was billed.
if you dispute the payment, immediatelly follow to the bottom and press "resolution centre", follow instructions, you have 45days from the date of transaction to lodge complaint.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
These electric resistance heaters will use allot of electricity. My suggestion is to get rid of it. It uses more electricity than a regular heater. Too often people believe that these are more effecient, but the fact is they are not. That would be a good reason the electric bill went up. It costs about 100 a month on average to use on of these so if you have 2 then it costs 200 a month.
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
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