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Use multiple forms of payment in one transaction




  • LIN

    Totally agree with you.

    Since e-payments become a trend,there are lots of different payments appears compared with traditional way.

    Gift card, credits of each brand account could possible mixed with traditional way(credit card, debit card,cash,etc.)тRight now when it happens to me, I feel is unclear to split one transaction into two different entries just because there is not available for the moments.

    For example,

    I go to supermarket,buy 50 euro of food and 10 euro of books,paid by bank debit card 40 euro,and supermarket gift card 20 euro.

    Based on the function of app right now, I need to separate into two entry,which is not so clear enough to check after a while.
    Bank-debit card - 40
    Supermarket gift card - 10
    Groceries - 50
    Supermarket gift card - 10
    Book - 10
    If in future would combine into one entry will show very clear there are actually one complete same transaction.
  • Andrea Cavasin

    Totally agree. I do purchases in supermarket or restaurant and often I divide the payment between ticket restaurant and cash, but on the program I need to insert 2 different transaction instead 1.

  • Carl

    Would absolutely be helpful!

  • Jose Antonio

    Very useful. I just published the same suggestion without realizing that it was already made.

  • Bernie Willig

    This would be helpful

  • Pavel Bazlov

    This is totally needed!

    The most common example would be salary. Here in Russia the employer acts as a taxation agent, meaning that employers pays taxes from salaries on behalf of employees. There is no other option for the moment, so it is mandatory. Combine this to Online Banking when salary transactions are imported from the Online Bank and you get a situation when you can't track the amount of taxes you have payed from your salary. It is a pity as this amount is a valuable thing to consider as there are tax returns, etc.

    There are also other scenarios when you have to have several types of transactions in one.

    Are there any estimates on when this feature will be implemented?


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