Accounting

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This message has been DEPRECATED. Account payments are a type of journal entry that record a payment on account made to a supplier, without referencing a purchase order.
Represents a business' accounting periods, usually their financial years.
Provides access to the currencies configured in an account. Fields include the currency code and symbol, together with the ID used by many other endpoints.
Customer Payments are used to record financial transactions against Sales Orders and Sales Credits, allowing an order to be marked as paid without any accounting journals being created. Prior to release of this service message, orders were marked as paid by the ...
Journals contain all the debits and credits affecting accounts for a particular transaction. This resource allows journal entries to be created and read.
The chart of accounts is the set of nominal codes that are used to categorise financial transactions. Nominal codes are used to accurately keep track of revenue and spending.
Payment methods are an entity that contains information about a method and it's associated bank accounts.
Purchase Payments are a type of journal entry that record a payment against a purchase invoice or purchase credit of a supplier. This endpoint is the new endpoint that uses the journal entry POST logic and will substitute the older Purchase Payment resource.
This resource represents the totals for the purchase order ids specified in the url.
This resource represents the totals for the sale order ids specified in the url.
Sales receipts are a type of journal entry that record a payment against a sales order or sales credit of a customer. This endpoint is the new endpoint that uses the journal entry POST logic and will substitute the older Sales Receipt resource.
Sales receipts are a type of journal entry that record a payment made by a customer against a sales order.
Supplier Payments are used to record financial transactions against Purchase Orders and Purchase Credits, allowing an order to be marked as paid without any accounting journals being created. Prior to release of this service message, orders ...
Tax codes define what type and rate of tax apply to a Journal and are required to create new Journals