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How to add 19% tax for Austria?

I have an invoice from Austria which shows 19% tax. How do I add this in visma so I can book the invoice?

Thank you!

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Re: How to add 19% tax for Austria?

(updated by Mayron Beudeker VISMA ‎04-07-2018 10:18 )

Dear user,


Unfortunately is it not possible to add a VAT-code to eAccounting. Therefore the VAT should be booked manually. This can be done by manually selecting the VAT ledger account (Instead of using a VAT-code) during the registration of the supplier invoice.

When you are working in the pre-programmed (standard) environment of eAccounting, the VAT ledger account that can be used is: '1662: Btw inkoop buiten EU (voorbel.)'. If this eAccounting was set-up manually (via auditfile import), then the specified VAT ledger account should be used.

 

Before you can manually book on the VAT ledger account, you need to make sure that the option to block manual registrations, is unchecked. This can be done by going to the 'Chart of accounts' and selecting the VAT ledger account. After selection, press 'Edit'.

Selectie VAT-ledger.png

 

Then uncheck 'Do not allow manual registration' en press the save button below.

Deblokkeren ledger.png

 

After you have edited the account, you can manually book the VAT during the registration of the foreign purchase invoice. In the example below, you can see how the booking can be done manually.

purchase invoice.png

 

Hoping to have provided you with sufficient information.

 

Beste regards,

 


Met vriendelijke groet,

Mayron/Supportspecialist eAccounting
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Re: How to add 19% tax for Austria?

Dear Mayron,

 

Thank you very much! That worked wonderfully!

 

Have a wonderful day!

Inge