The data can be retrieved fully automatically via API with just a few clicks. We have provided detailed instructions for this in the helpdesk.
Once the data from the payment service provider Mollie has been imported into AccountOne for accounting with DATEV, the system begins to assign the individual payment transactions to the corresponding invoices from the online store or the invoice (in the case of SaaS). The assignment is made using special transaction identifiers that are already contained in the order data from the online store or the data from the invoice.
This assignment also makes it possible to address the correct debtor. It is therefore not necessary to intervene manually in DATEV.
Mollie is handled like a separate bank account for accounting purposes in DATEV. This "fictitious" bank account is then used to post both incoming payments from customers and the individual transaction-based fees as well as outgoing payments to the correct bank account. This is comparable to the booking method of a cash register.
Payments to the bank account are posted via cash transit and match the incoming funds in the bank account at 100%. This enables easy reconciliation in DATEV.
If, for example, PayPal is connected to Mollie, this channel can be excluded if desired.
AccountOne provides a DATEV-compatible CSV record for the payments from Stripe every month. This is regularly checked with the DATEV check tools and guarantees a smooth import to DATEV. In addition, our export to DATEV is batch processable.
You therefore do not have to create an ASCII import, but can use the DATEV board tools to read in the data. This prevents errors during import.