In each of accounts we point out that only the one who is indicated in this invoice in the field "Oderuvach" ("Beneficiary") can pay this invoice. But, unfortunately, many clients ignore this request and make payment as it suits them. But accounting and jurisprudence do not allow such an initiative - for each payment that is paid from a legal entity, we must write out accounting documents, which will indicate a list of services that the legal entity paid for. But we cannot write out such documents due to the fact that with these documents we will confirm the new owner of the paid services (hosting, domain name, etc.).
|On behalf of an individual||From the bank account of an individual entrepreneur||From the bank account of the legal entity|
|Full name as in the account||Name do not match||EDRPOU as in the account||EDRPOU does not match|
|Physicalperson||Can||Can (after payment, the type of account will change to FLP)||Itisimpossible||Itisimpossible||Itisimpossible|
|FLP||Can (with such payment, they will not be issued accounting documents)||Can||Itisimpossible||Itisimpossible||Itisimpossible|
|Entity||Can (payment must be on behalf of the legal entity indicating its EDRPOU)||Itisimpossible||Itisimpossible||Can||Itisimpossible|
The following payments will not be processed and made, services will not be considered paid if:
If a legal entity pays for an individual, then the payment will not be processed, and the funds will automatically be returned to the company's current account. To pay for services by a legal entity, you must register new legal account faces and transferto into it the rights to services.
If an individual pays for a legal entity, then the purpose of payment is mandatory the name of the business for which he pays must be indicated... If this is not done, the payment will not be made and the individual will have to write an application to change the purpose of the payment. This limitation is due to the fact that we have to write tax invoices for the company, for which the individual paid.