Document types for booked services via Lanes & Planes

When using services via Lanes & Planes, a distinction is made between three document types, which are explained below:

1. Invoices

Invoices are issued by Lanes & Planes in the name and on behalf of the service provider. Payment will be made to L&P or is debited from your account by direct debit.

Example: Services of DB

2. Payment note

Payment notes are issued to you together with the passenger receipt. In this case the passenger receipt can be used for VAT deduction. 
Even if you do not receive an invoice from Lanes & Planes, we will still be your creditor, because the payment will be made to us or debited from your account by direct debit.

Example: Services from Eurowings

Digression:

This can also be compared to the display of an employee, where e.g. a cab bill is submitted. Also here the disbursement is booked against the employee as a creditor, although the invoice was issued by the cab company, because the payment goes in the end directly to the employee and not to the cab company.

3. Service order

The service order is created when you decide to use a collective invoice. In this case, you cannot download invoices from the accounting overview, but only a list of services, which you can then compare with your collective invoice.

 

Accounting overview

All these document types can be downloaded in the accounting overview and have the following document names (Receipt ID):

R12345:

Single invoice for service provider services (trains, hotels, etc).

S12345: 

Single invoice for cancellation of service provider services

Z12345:

Payment note for bookings of services via Eurowings

SZ12345:

Payment credit for cancelled services (Eurowings)

L12345:

Service order (for collective invoice)

SL12345:

Service order cancellation (for collective invoice)

EXP12345:

Expense report of an employee


Invoice about charges of Lanes & Planes --> These are not displayed in the accounting overview!

 

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