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Updated on January 18, 2022

Adjustment rules define a one-time accounting transaction that creates a balanced set of debit and credit account entries. This is a one-time transaction that has no life beyond the transactions.

Examples include debiting a customer and crediting a fee account as if you are collecting a fee for a service rendered or oppositely crediting a fee back to a customer as a fee reversal. Adjustment actions that can be associated with an accounting step are either Adjust or WriteOff.

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