Quick Start Manual

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BizFusion Trial
User Interface
Contacts Module
Products Module
Discount Rules
Inventory Module
Sales Module
Purchase Module
Bills & Receipts
Credit note / Returns
VAT Module
VAT over margin
European Trade
Foreign Trade
VAT Shifted
US Sales Tax
VAT Correction
Assets Module
Current Account
Accounting Basics 1
Accounting Basics 2
Accounting Advanced
Year End
Owner Equity
Income Tax
Banking Module
Financial Lease
Cross Payment
CSV Statement
Data Import
Data Export
Plugin: MWW
Plugin: Shopify
Plugin: CCV Shop
Plugin: Shop Pagina
Plugin: WooCommerce
Plugin: Bol.com
Plugin: MyOnlineStore
Plugin: LightSpeed


Plugin: Bol.com

You can link one or more Bol accounts to your accounting system.

Bol offers an "Application Programming Interface (API)" to third parties.
We use this API to automatically import orders of shop accounts, but the
Bol API is limited and contains a couple of quirks.

For example, the Bol API provides no information on the VAT rates that were used on an invoice.
Bol sends your customer an invoice that contains no VAT information.
The customer is referred to the selling party (your shop) if she wants an invoice with VAT.
That is highly peculiar.

Bol sees itself as a platform/market place that facilitates the sale between you (the seller) and her visitors.
That's why Bol (rightly or wrongly) takes no responsibility for creating an invoice
with VAT information for her customers.

Register Store

You first need to register your store before you can start importing orders.

In Bol, go to 'Verkopers Account' and click on 'Profiel Bewerken'.
Search for section 'Plaza API' in your profile and click on 'Maak aan'.
You will get a 'public key' and a 'private key'.

In BizFusion, go to: 'Setup > Bol' and click on 'New Record'.

Add the API keys here to give the system access to your store.

Import Orders

You can now import the orders of your Bol account.
You need to specify the VAT code that should be used for products that
don't already appear on your products list.
The Bol API contains no VAT information, so you need to specify this rate yourself.

Go to: 'Setup > Bol' and click on 'Import orders'.

Each order is saved as an invoice.
Go to: 'Income > Invoice' to see the imported orders.

You pay a transaction fee for each Bol sale.
An expense voucher is automatically created for these costs.
Go to: 'Costs > Costs & Expenses' to see the Bol costs.

Each expense voucher gets the reference: 'Bol fees for shop: ABC, order: 123'.
The voucher consists of multiple lines and each line contains the transaction costs/fee that you paid
for each ordered product.


Bol always pays you the invoice amount minus their transaction costs/fee.
The transactions costs are handled via a cross payment on the invoice and cost voucher.

Assume that you only have one order of a 100 euro.
Also assume that the Bol fees on this order were 10 euro.
You will only receive 90 euro as payment from Bol.

An incoming amount of 90 euro is posted on the invoice.
A cross payment for 10 euro is also posted on the invoice.

The expense voucher also contains a cross payment for 10 euro.
The cross payments on the invoice and expense voucher nullify each other.

It's important to realize that the system uses the customer as the 'supplier' on the cost voucher,
and not Bol.
The cross payments can only nullify each other when the customer on the invoice is the same as
the supplier on the cost voucher.

You can use report: 'Cross Payments' to check that all
amounts actually nullify each other.
Go to: 'Accounting > Reporting' and click on 'Cross Payment'.