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VAT Printing_PLD

Hi All,

I have designed a PLD for Sales Invoice. I need to show break up of amounts in VAT Code and their respective tax amounts, for example, I have 10 items in invoice, in that for 5 items i have chosen VAT 4% as tax, and next 5 items i have chosen VAT 12.5% .I want to know the total tax value of VAT4% and VAT 12.5% and print them in document.

Kindly help me in this Regards,

Thanks,

Venkatesh.R

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    Posted on Mar 15, 2010 at 05:00 PM

    Hi Venkatesh,

    You may check this thread first:

    vat-printing-problem

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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      Hi Gordon,

      Thanks for the reply,I have got the tax amount split up but i need to display the tax rate near the tax amount value, and also if there are Vat and Service Tax combination in the invoice document, i should print the tax amount and tax rate also.

      Please help me in this regard,

      Thanks and Regards,

      Venkatesh.R

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 09:25 AM

    Used Crystal Reports for the break up of taxes

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