while downloading the AR list, the list doesn't give the tax amount separately. is there an option to show the vat or tax amount in AR summary?


Hi bhushan.kumar,

Currently customizing the A/R summary report to show its tax amount isn’t available. However, there is a different report that shows tax amount like Invoice List report. 

Here’s how: 

  1. Select Reports from the left menu.
  2. In the Find report name search bar, enter the report name to quickly locate the report you need or browse the categories listed.
  3. Select the report to open it.

If you feel that this feature needs to be added in the future revision. I encourage submitting a feedback about adding VAT amount to A/R summary report. Simply go to the Gear icon and select Feedback.

Feel free to drop a comment here in the community and we're here to help.

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