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VAT on Cross-Company Billing

Hi, Experts!

I would just like to seek your help on this issue I am encountering wherein the tax rate in the I/C billing is wrong - I have made an illustration below of the flow. The tax rate in the I/C Billing is 0% because the system sees this as an export/intra-community supply, but it should be 23% tax and considered as domestic sales since Company B, although located in NO, is registered in IE. I think my problem is that the destination country in the I/C billing is NO, but I can't seem to find a way to overwrite this with IE. Has anyone encountered such issue? Your help is highly appreciated!

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  • Jan 24 at 03:05 PM

    Have a look at OSS note 1032869

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    • Former Member

      Thank you for this input. I've tried implementing the OSS and followed the sample code included, but for some reason it still won't work - the destination country is still 'NO' instead of 'IE'.

  • Jan 25 at 01:32 PM

    If you have carried out code change, you need to create a new sale order and test the outcome. For existing one, code change won't work.

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