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How to enter/clear Customs Invoice in Company in Italy.

Hello,

I am working in the Company based in Italy. They have a requirement to enter an invoice that they get on the export goods purchased from the Customs agency. They need to pay only the VAT on this invoice through a transportation company like FedEx or something. But legaly they are required to enter a total amount of the customs invoice (value fo the goods, VAT and other charges) in the system BUT not pay this invoice...Somehow we need to be able to clear this liability and only have the transportation companies invoiice to pay on the books.

Any information will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Inessa

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 27, 2011 at 10:43 PM

    Dear Inessa,

    In Spain I have seen a similar scenario.

    1st )we post the invoice of the goods supplier that is a non EC supplier:

    posting key 31 non ED goods supplier

    posting key 40 goods or services

    2nd.)Enter the invoice of the customs agency, that would be:

    posting key 31 vendor customs agency

    posting key 40 imports tax

    am working in the Company based in Italy. They have a requirement to enter an invoice that they get on the export goods purchased from the Customs agency. They need to pay only the VAT on this invoice through a transportation company like FedEx or something. But legaly they are required to enter a total amount of the customs invoice (value fo the goods, VAT and other charges) in the system BUT not pay this invoice...Somehow we need to be able to clear this liability and only have the transportation companies invoiice to pay on the books.

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