Expenses in Contasimple

Record your expenses with Contasimple
and keep your accounts up to date.



What is an expense?

They are accounted for as expenses the ones arising from the self-employed person's economic activity for which a simplified invoice is available as proof, instead of an ordinary invoice, and provided that the amount does not exceed 400€ (VAT included).

Its main difference from ordinary invoices is that it usually does not include the information of the recipient, but only that of the sender. VAT may be included or broken down.

How to register an expense into your accounting?

Register an expense

Home page

On the Contasimple homepage, click "Register an expense".


Receipt number

Enter the ticket reference in the "Receipt Number" section.

Receipt number

expenses date

Date

Enter the date the receipt was issued.


Supplier

In the "Supplier" section, you can select it from the drop-down menu, create a new one, or enter it manually in the "NIF" and "Name or company name" boxes.

Expenses supplier

Amount

Amount

Enter the total amount of the expense.


Computable percentage

Indicates the percentage of the invoice that will be accounted for in the tax calculation.

Computable percentage

Payment method

Payment method

Select a payment method from the drop-down menu, or create a new one.


Expense type

Select the expense type.

Expense type

Expense concept

Concepts

Add a brief description of the expense. For example, if you have selected "Social Security paid by the company" as the type of expense, you can add, for example, "Self-employed contribution January 2022" to the description.


Private notes

Unlike the "Concept" section, here you can add private information that only you can see from your account.

Private notes

Insert your expense

Insert your expense

Once you've completed all the fields, click "Insert" to save your expense.


START FREE

Try the Ultimate Plan for 1 month
Basic Plan free forever

No credit card · No commitments

Contasimple - The invoicing, accounting and taxes application on the cloud.

Help

Other versions

Company


Developers

CS News


Countries