What is the difference between Cash Sale and Rush Order ?

8 thoughts on “What is the difference between Cash Sale and Rush Order ?

  1. Rehan Raza says:

    In case of Rush Order, Customer places an Order in an organisation for goods or services. An Organisation created Sales Order and delivered to the Customer but invoice generated later whereas in case of Cash Sales for Example in Big Bazar Customer Selects goods, sales order created having details of goods like size, model, price of goods and paying amount by the customer then bill/invoice handed over to the customer.

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  2. A. ROY says:

    posting for a/c receivable is not required for cash sales,as customer all ready sattled the amount
    where as in rush order posting for a/c receivable is required

    it is the main difference…let me know if i wrong

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  3. harikrishna says:

    cash sale and plant sale both r plant sale/
    here no invoices are created in cash sale.
    doc type bv and ro.
    shipping condition is blank.
    immediate del
    and posting is to cash a/c for cash sale and ro is revenue a/c.
    pgi is done at later stage for both
    no billing.

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  4. Geet says:

    In cash sales, no availability check is carried out,no credit check required while in rush order all are needed.For cash sales ,billing is order related while in rush order,billing is delivery related.

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  5. rajesh kolati says:

    case sales is nothing but a customer directly go to the counter and pay cash and pick goods……
    rush order is nothing but a customer pick the goods first then sale and come back to pay cash to counter.

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