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Huge Problem with tax on expences in document

I defined expense for delivery in SBO(manage expenses in document) for 8 zł. I put output tax group'F22' (22%).

so value with tax 9,76 zł

I made an order in NP item 12000 z&#322; Shipping 8 z&#322; <b>VAT 2 640,00 z&#322;</b> (22%)

so in this point no vat included in VAT value.

After synch SBO calculated TAX for delivery (1,76 z&#322;). Order value haven't changed but discount yes.

Discount value 1,44 and <b>VAT value 2 641,44 z&#322;</b>

And it should be

before discount 12 000

add expenses 8

vat 2641,76

total 14649,76

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  • Posted on Nov 06, 2007 at 01:15 PM


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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 07:31 PM

    Hi Luksasz,

    I'm not completely sure what you are after here.

    The problem is taxes are not displaying correctly in Webtools?

    Or is it that tax on expenses is not working correctly?

    Or both.

    Tax integration between Webtools and B1 is very poor. First, taxes must be set up on both sides. Taxes do not synchronize. If taxes are set up in Webtools, they will appear in B1 as a discount.

    In 5.9, there is no support tax on expenses. This is not available until 2007.

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    • It is really very strange. Is anybody uses this functionality then? If We cannot add a VAT tax to cost of transport it is impossible to inform customer about whole amount of order (and receive a proper payment). Do You use expenses in Your shop? If yes, what will be a price for it (with VAT or without)?

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