Expense and Bill transactions with Tax Code for Purchases only and non-tracking type, appear in Sales section of Tax Detail Report. What is wrong?

In the Tax Detail Report I have Bill and Expense transaction under the section "1 Tax collected on sales". The tax code is for Purchases only and of account type: non-tracking. What is wrong here?

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Answer

There is nothing wrong its actually reporting correctly as you have set up a vat code called NonVat at 0% and reporting to an account called Non Tracking.

Detail report is correct and as the value is zero is it an issue, there are many Vat regimes where zero value tax codes are still reported.

The question is what do you want it to do and what are the fiscal requirements.

You might have to create a new vat code and set up to report correctly if this is wrong.


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