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RAM Minimum Value for Invoices

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Created by Russell F on 2011-06-06 09:53:26 Back to Topics

RAM Minimum Value for Invoices

In the RAM Chapter A13, section 2.2.1 Minimum Value for Invoices, it states:
 
"invoices should not be issued for less than US$25, however multiple items of less than the minimum value each may be combined on a single invoice totalling US$25 or more, providing that they all have the same Charge Category"
 
Please can I check if there are any special rules for time restraints or bundling of charges to total >US$25?
 
Previously, our Accounts Receivable department understood that we cannot bill another carrier for Baggage Delivery where the charge was <US$25.  Applying the new rule means we can store up a number of small delivery charges per carrier until we have an invoice totalling >US$25
 
Is our interpretation correct?
 
Thanks, Russell (BD) 
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-06-07 11:48:27
Dear Russell,

Your interpretation is correct - you can bundle invoices or rejections of a smaller amount to be raised.

The current time limit for invoicing a prime billing remains unchanged with the implementation of SIS.
 
Best regards

From:
Posted: Monday, June 06, 2011 9:53 AM
Subject: RAM Minimum Value for Invoices

In the RAM Chapter A13, section 2.2.1 Minimum Value for Invoices, it states:
 
"invoices should not be issued for less than US$25, however multiple items of less than the minimum value each may be combined on a single invoice totalling US$25 or more, providing that they all have the same Charge Category"
 
Please can I check if there are any special rules for time restraints or bundling of charges to total >US$25?
 
Previously, our Accounts Receivable department understood that we cannot bill another carrier for Baggage Delivery where the charge was <US$25.  Applying the new rule means we can store up a number of small delivery charges per carrier until we have an invoice totalling >US$25
 
Is our interpretation correct?
 
Thanks, Russell (BD) 
Replied by Cynthia S (Aeronautical Radio Inc.) on 2012-12-05 14:17:16
Ashley,
Does this $25 minimun apply to manual IS Web entries as well as XML invoice files?   


From:
Posted: 6/7/2011 11:48 AM
Subject: RAM Minimum Value for Invoices

Dear Russell,

Your interpretation is correct - you can bundle invoices or rejections of a smaller amount to be raised.

The current time limit for invoicing a prime billing remains unchanged with the implementation of SIS.
 
Best regards

From:
Posted: Monday, June 06, 2011 9:53 AM
Subject: RAM Minimum Value for Invoices

In the RAM Chapter A13, section 2.2.1 Minimum Value for Invoices, it states:
 
"invoices should not be issued for less than US$25, however multiple items of less than the minimum value each may be combined on a single invoice totalling US$25 or more, providing that they all have the same Charge Category"
 
Please can I check if there are any special rules for time restraints or bundling of charges to total >US$25?
 
Previously, our Accounts Receivable department understood that we cannot bill another carrier for Baggage Delivery where the charge was <US$25.  Applying the new rule means we can store up a number of small delivery charges per carrier until we have an invoice totalling >US$25
 
Is our interpretation correct?
 
Thanks, Russell (BD) 
Replied by Ashley H on 2012-12-06 11:20:17

Dear Cynthia,

 

Yes – it applies to all methods of submitting invoices in SIS.

 

Regards,

Ashley

 

From: Cynthia Seery
Posted At: December-05-12 2:17 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Rules, Policies, & Codes
Conversation: RAM Minimum Value for Invoices
Subject: RAM Minimum Value for Invoices

 

Ashley,

Does this $25 minimun apply to manual IS Web entries as well as XML invoice files?   


From:
Posted: 6/7/2011 11:48 AM
Subject: RAM Minimum Value for Invoices

Dear Russell,


Your interpretation is correct - you can bundle invoices or rejections of a smaller amount to be raised.


The current time limit for invoicing a prime billing remains unchanged with the implementation of SIS.

 

Best regards


From:
Posted: Monday, June 06, 2011 9:53 AM
Subject: RAM Minimum Value for Invoices

In the RAM Chapter A13, section 2.2.1 Minimum Value for Invoices, it states:

 

"invoices should not be issued for less than US$25, however multiple items of less than the minimum value each may be combined on a single invoice totalling US$25 or more, providing that they all have the same Charge Category"

 

Please can I check if there are any special rules for time restraints or bundling of charges to total >US$25?

 

Previously, our Accounts Receivable department understood that we cannot bill another carrier for Baggage Delivery where the charge was <US$25.  Applying the new rule means we can store up a number of small delivery charges per carrier until we have an invoice totalling >US$25

 

Is our interpretation correct?

 

Thanks, Russell (BD) 

 
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