Can you give me the answer how to make the amount of output tax due same both 'Box 6 number of GST F5' and 'GST Detail Report'?

I am preparing GST return filing. 

Box 6 number of GST F5 is different from Box 6 number of GST detail report. They should be same. 

Can you give me how to make them same? 

FYI, I attached two screenshots regarding to this problem.




Hi ky_singapore,

I appreciate your screenshots.

Let me guide you to check out why the figures aren’t the same.

It’s possible that there was an adjustment causing the 0.01 difference. To check it, we can try running your GST Detail report again to see if there is an adjustment entry. It usually reflects on the report when you close the return. You can refer to my screenshot.

Please let me know what you see, and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

Thanks in advance.

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