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Rounding in Stocky


Different accounting and inventory management systems handle rounding in different ways. Stocky along with many popular accounting systems such as Xero round at the line item level to two decimal places and then sum the line items to give the total. This can give a slight variance when compared to the other method of rounding after summing. Neither method is incorrect but we have chosen to go with rounding at the line item level because of future plans to integrate with Xero. **How to get your numbers to line up** We've added a field called "Adjustments" which allows you to enter any difference between invoice totals. This may happen if your supplier's accounting system uses a difference approach to rounding. [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/11e2e24-Stocky.png", "Stocky.png", 624, 540, "#51a154" ] } ] } [/block]