Missing sales in sales report

My Sales by Customer Detail report is missing 2 weeks of payments by customers mid last quarter. The details were imported from my bank feed but I think I forgot to put the GST code at that time. This is the only reason I can think as to why these sales aren't in the report. I can edit the details in the account history but I can't add the GST code - just "out of scope, inclusive of GST or exclusive of GST". I have chosen the correct GST allocation and still it won't appear on the aforementioned report. It means the BAS is totally wrong. What am I doing wrong and how can I fix this??


Hi Aliddiard,

If the tax code is Out of Scope you will not see these transactions, if you change the transaction to GST inclusive you should be able to add a tax code against each line of the invoice, have you tried this?
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