Understanding Type Input Codes
Concept
When you enter and process manual receipts, you must be familiar with the type input codes that are available and how the system uses them.
When applying receipts to invoices, you can use type input (TI) codes to automatically calculate amounts to apply for payments, discounts, writeoffs, chargebacks, and deductions.
Procedure
In this topic, you will review the types of input codes for standard receipts entry.
Step  Action 

10 – Simple Invoice Match
Calculations: • Payment amount = current open amount – discount available • Discount taken = discount available • Writeoff = optional • Chargeback = optional • Deduction = optional 
Step  Action 

Review this example of how to use the Simple Invoice Match (Type Input 10) code to enter receipts.
In this example: • The outstanding invoice amount is 1000.00, and the payment terms are 1/10, net 30. • You receive 990.00 for invoice 123 within the discount period. • Using type input 10, the system applies 990.00 and allows the discount of 10.00. 

11 – Invoice Match with Automatic Chargeback for Discount Amount
Calculations: • Payment amount = current open amount – discount available • Discount taken = optional • Writeoff = optional • Chargeback = discount available • Deduction = optional 
Step  Action 

Review this example of how to use the Invoice Match with Automatic Chargeback for Discount Amount (Type Input 11) code to enter receipts.
In this example: • The outstanding invoice amount is 1000.00, and the payment terms are 1/10, net 30. • You receive 990.00 for invoice 123 after the discount period has expired. • Using type input 11, the system applies the 990.00 and creates a chargeback for 10.00. 

15 – Invoice Match with WriteOff
Calculations: • Amount applied = current amount – discount available • Discount taken = discount available • Writeoff = current open amount – amount applied, discount taken, chargeback amount, and deduction amount • Chargeback = optional • Deduction = optional 
Step  Action 

Review this example of how to use the Invoice Match with Writeoff (Type Input 15) code to enter receipts.
In this example: • The outstanding invoice amount is 1000.00, and the payment terms are 1/10, net 30. • You receive 970.00 for invoice 123 within the discount period. You decide to create a writeoff for the 20.00 instead of creating a chargeback invoice. • Using type input 15, the system applies the 970.00, allows 10.00 for the discount, and creates a writeoff for 20.00. 

16 – Invoice Match with Chargeback
Calculations: • Amount applied = current open amount – discount available • Discount taken = discount available • Writeoff = optional • Chargeback = current open amount – amount applied, discount taken, writeoff, and deduction amount • Deduction = optional 
Step  Action 

Review this example of how to use the Invoice Match with Chargeback (Type Input 16) code to enter receipts.
In this example: • The outstanding invoice amount is 1000.00, and the payment terms are 1/10, net 30. • You receive 600.00 for invoice 123 within the discount period. • Using type input 16, the system applies the 600.00, allows 10.00 for the discount, and creates a chargeback for 390.00. 

17 – Invoice Match with Deduction
Calculations: • Amount applied = current open amount – discount available • Discount taken = discount available • Writeoff = optional • Chargeback = optional • Deduction = current open amount – amount applied, discount taken, writeoff, and chargeback 
Step  Action 

Review this example of how to use the Invoice Match with Deduction (Type Input 17) code to enter receipts.
In this example: • The outstanding invoice amount is 1000.00, and the payment terms are 1/10, net 30. • You receive 850.00 for invoice 123 within the discount period. You decide to create a deduction for the remaining amount of 140.00, which you will research and resolve at a later time. • Using type input 17, the system applies the 850.00, allows the discount of 10.00, and creates a deduction for 140.00. 

You have reviewed the types of input codes for standard receipts entry.
End of Procedure. 