This article describes which business cases can be mapped via the RetailForce system.
A business case (BusinessTransactionType) always refers to the document line (item) or to the payment level (e.g. for a down payment), i.e. it describes which type of business case is mapped with the respective line. A document has one DocumentType assigned to it, but can have several BusinessTransactionTypes.
Charging for drinks and food in a restaurant, in addition a value voucher (= MultiPurposeVoucher) is sold and the waitress/waiter still receives a tip from the guest.
Document has the DocumentType: Receipt
Positions have the following BusinessTransactionTypes:
- Revenue (food and drinks)
- MultiPurposeVoucher (sale of a multi-purpose voucher)
- Tip (tip directly to the employee)
|||Revenue||Turnover - sale of a good / service.|
|||Discount||Discount / Rebate - Discount on a good / service.|
|||DepositOnEmpties||Deposit charging - Deposit on empties, such as beverage crates, beverage bottles, cans or other reusable systems.|
|||SinglePurposeVoucher||Sale of a single-purpose voucher - Voucher issued for a specific purpose. Detailed information in "Different types of vouchers".|
|||MultiPurposeVoucher||Sale of a multi-purpose voucher - voucher where the type of service and the VAT due is not yet determined at the time of sale. Detailed information in "Different types of vouchers".|
|||Tip||Non-taxable / tax-exempt tip directly to employed tippee - Tip paid directly by the customer to the tippee employed by the company. E.g. waiter receives tip directly from guest|
|||CompanyTip||Taxable tip - for example, a tip paid to the entrepreneur.|
|||Deposit||Advance payment / deposit - for a good / service which will be provided at a later date.|
|||PayOut||Withdrawal - withdrawal of (cash) money from the (cash) register|
|||PayIn||Deposit - Deposit of (cash) money into the cash box|
|||MoneyTransfer||Money transfer from or to the POS system - e.g. from or to bank|
|||CashDifference||Booking of differences, e.g. when checking the cash balance|
|||GrantGenuine||ZuschussEcht* - (field in German DSFinV-K) is used to record a payment from a third party for income and VAT purposes. It is used, for example, for the sale of medicines in pharmacies.|
|||GrantUnreal||ZuschussUnecht** - (Field in German DSFinV-K serves to record remuneration from third parties in a way that is correct for income tax and VAT purposes, unless it is a business transaction "ZuschussEcht".|
* As a rule, remuneration from third parties only exists if there is no direct exchange of services between the recipient of the payment (entrepreneur) and the paying third party (para. 10.2 (3) UStAE). The associated payment serves to top up the price if it has the declared purpose of bringing the consideration for the service rendered by the payee to the service recipient (customer) up to the amount required according to calculation principles and thereby to secure or at least to facilitate the realisation of an exchange of services (para. 10.2, para. 5 UStAE).
The voucher may show either the full amount with the corresponding VAT or the reduced amount with the VAT attributable to the full amount (para. 14.10, para. 1 UStAE).
** Since there is a direct exchange of services between the payee (entrepreneur) and the paying third party, a subsequent discount arises at the time of payment from the third party.