Self-billing is a progressive method of billing that allows the customer (buyer), the company Internet Mall a.s., to issue tax documents for their suppliers (partners) and pay the liabilities arising from thus issued tax documents in the usual way.

nternet Mall issues the invoices for partner for the sale of goods in agreed-upon frequency.
Possible frequencies: daily, weekly and every 14 days.
The standard frequency is a 14-day one, a change in the frequency can be arranged by contacting your account manager.

MALL's partner sells goods at prices excluding VAT reduced by the contractually agreed margin. Therefore, they appear in invoices amounts already reduced by margin.

The orders that appear in the invoices are orders onlythat have the specified final state Delivered. Correct and timely information about the delivery date sent by the partner is a necessary condition for the correct and timely issuance of a self-billing invoice by Internet Mall as.
Invoices issued by Internet Mall as are available on the partner portal in the Billing section.

You can find an example of a Self-billing invoice below.

For control purposes the evidence number of the document is either the invoice number or the variable symbol of the invoice which are identical on our invoices.
Self-billing invoices are issued in a ten-digit number series that begins with your SHOP ID as per our system.

Therefore, it is important that you notify your IT department to ensure that all the invoices are imported to your accounting system using the correct number.

The maturity of the invoices is set in accordance with agreed-upon payment conditions as defined by a valid contract between the partner and Internet Mall a.s..

Tax documents are available to partners in various ways:

  • sent as PDF document to predetermined e-mail address
  • downloaded as a PDF document from the portal
  • downloaded in a data structure JSON from the portal, you can find how to import JSON invoices to your accounting system here

Two or three days after the self-billing invoice is issued, a self-billing credit is issued.
This self-bill credit is issued following the billing day.
and covers unaccounted invoices on the liabilities side.
On the receivables side, cash on delivery of all orders that are set as delivered on the day of its creation and have not yet been included.

You are informed about this credit by the Notice of Unilateral Credit.

Credits from Self-billing can be found in the MALL Partner portal in the Billing tab and after issuance they will be sent to an email that you have registered with us as a contact for financial matters.

When the customer chooses the form of payment online payment (by card or bank transfer), this payment is sent on behalf of MALL.
If the customer chooses the form of payment Cash on delivery, this payment is credited upon delivery of the shipment on your account.

More information about the credit can be found here.

For easier identification of cash on delivery, we recommend that you place MALL Partner orders with your carrier under the variable symbol of our order number.
The order number is stated in the credits on the receivables side and is the only common feature through which it is possible to search for financial documents.
This number (order number) is also used to identify complaints and returns.

At the moment there are no credit notes in Self-billing offsets and therefore all corrective tax documents have to be created manually.
We are currently working on making this part of billing fully automatic as well.

Orders that were made before the Self-billing are not included in this type of billing and must be billed manually.

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