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Martin Michlmayr (tbm) - 2 years ago 2019-03-28 15:11:39
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npo-ledger-cli-tutorial.md
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@@ -172,7 +172,7 @@ has three tags: [`Entity`](#entity-tag), [`Invoice`](#invoice-tag) and
 
[`IncomeType`](#income-type).  The `Entity` and `Invoice` tags, since they're
 
listed at the top of the transaction, propagate through and apply to both
 
sides.  But, the `IncomeType` tag, which has no meaning for `Accrued:`
 
accounts, so it is applied only to the `Income:Main Org:Donations` part of
 
accounts, is applied only to the `Income:Main Org:Donations` part of
 
the transaction.
 

	
 
Below you'll find detailed descriptions of all the possible tags that are
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@@ -267,7 +267,7 @@ Some examples of appropriate uses of the `Statement:` tag are:
 
The `TaxReporting` tag is an optional tag for `Assets` accounts that debit to
 
the account.
 

	
 
When provided, the `TaxReporting` accompanies a `TaxImplication` information
 
When provided, the `TaxReporting` tag accompanies a `TaxImplication` information
 
tag.  The TaxReporting refers to a document that verifies the choice for the
 
`TaxImplication` tag.  For example, for individual contractors in the USA, a
 
`TaxImplication` of `1099` would be well served by a `TaxReporting` that
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@@ -340,8 +340,8 @@ The possible values for this field are:
 

	
 
* `Accountant-Advises-No-1099`, indicating that the circumstances and rules
 
  seem to indicate a USA Federal Form 1099 should be issued for the `Entity`
 
  involved, but an outside accountant advised that no 1099 need be issues for
 
  this `Entity`.
 
  involved, but an outside accountant advised that no 1099 needs be issued
 
  for this `Entity`.
 

	
 
* `Bank-Transfer`, indicating that the amount is a transfer between two
 
  banking accounts under the control of the NPO itself.
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@@ -427,8 +427,8 @@ Expense accounts can have the following optional tag:
 
#### NEVER CHARGED Payee
 

	
 
The only exception to the standard tagging requirement is when the payee has
 
been modified to indicate that the expense was `NEVER CHARGED`.  This is an
 
historical special-case.  The solution was originally design for the
 
been modified to indicate that the expense was `NEVER CHARGED`.  This is a
 
historical special-case.  The solution was originally designed for the
 
following scenario:
 

	
 
Suppose an expense was expected — for example, a situation where you
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@@ -453,7 +453,7 @@ it like this:
 
        Liabilities:Credit Card:Visa             $100.00
 
        Expenses:Conservancy:Hosting            $-100.00
 

	
 
However, going forward, you'd likely never enter anything the ledger
 
However, going forward, you'd likely never enter anything into the ledger
 
**until** you had real proof via an Invoice, Receipt or Statement that showed
 
the Expense did/should occur.  This use of `NEVER CHARGED` in the payee is
 
thus deprecated.
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