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wtax problem

Dear all

we created invoice downpayment and out going payment for one vendor

after recieved good receipt and then AP invoice , we want to apply wtax which calculate based on VAT and want to decrease form invoice like below:

Downpayment =25506.99

Payment=25506.99

VAT=2971.57

wtax from VAT=2228.68

AP invoice=24763.10

VAT=2971.57

AP+VAT-downpayment=2228.68

when we want to decrease wtax based on Iva =2228.68 by chosing apply WAT but

system shows Wtax amount negative must be enter

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 02:04 PM

    Hi,

    I am afraid your downpayment is more than you should pay. That is the cause of the trouble. Tax should not be paid for downpayment.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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  • Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 06:40 PM

    Hi Farhad,

    Could you paste the screen shot of the scenario here in this thread ?

    I want to know if you have defined a Wtax code that its value is deducted from VAT in the A/P invoice.

    Is it manual deduction or not ?

    JimM

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    • Former Member Jimmy Michael

      yes I tried it, but firstly i dont understand why i have to put negative amount . here i am going to deduct this wtax amount from my Ap which already has the remain amount equal to calculated wtax

      on the other hand i cannot change wtax amount , i can change the automatic to manual and put negative in the last fileds but agian i have same error

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