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Prepayments in AR Job related with witholding tax and taxes

Prepayments in AR Job related with witholding tax and taxes

Prepayments in AR Job related with witholding tax and taxes

(OP)

Hi,
Do you know the best way to enter a prepayment from a customer that is job related but needs to make these entries happen in the GL.
When you do a prepayment and select job related it will not allow you to enter in the debit. I have done a misc receipt with job related which gives the below entry but instead of Prepayment(Last line) it goes to the job line 4000, but I can't apply this misc receipt to a future invoice.... what is the best way to enter prepayment for the below scenario.

Entry DB CR
Cash 13,847.46
Creditable WHT (Accn’t 1200) 251.60
Out-put VAT (Accn’t 2240) 1,510.46
Pre-payment 12,588.60

Any help would be appreciated.
Cheers

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