Where is the corresponding report for out of scope GST ?

The GST Summary Report does not include items from out of scope GST (for foreign currency expenses)Where can I find these items that are not in GST Submission. 


Hello gandhiapaq,

I’ll show you how you can run a report for Out of Scope GST transactions. We can even customise the report to show the information you need.

Here’s how:

  1. Click the Reports tab on the left.
  2. Enter Transactions without Tax in the Go to report field.
  3. Set the desired date from the Report period drop-down option.
  4. Click the Customise button at the upper-right corner of the page.
  5. Go to Rows/Columns section.
  6. Select Product/Service.
  7. Click Run report.

There you have it. If I can do anything else for you, just let me know. I’ll be right back to help you more.

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