Hi! Is it possible to omit the line "Includes VAT" in an invoice? We want the invoice to indicate the whole amount, without separating the tax from the net amount. thx, g

See self-explaining attached screenshot. Thanks!

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Hi fronteasy.pc.

Hiding the tax line under the Subtotal when creating an invoice is unavailable. You can customize your invoice template so it will not show up when you print or send them.

Here are the steps:

  1. Click the Gear icon located in the upper right-hand corner.
  2. Under Your Company, click Custom Form Styles.
  3. Find the invoice template and click the Edit link under the Action column.
  4. Click the Content tab, and click Activity table section to show the options.
  5. Under Columns, click the Show more activity options link.
  6. Un-check the Show tax inclusive amounts box.
  7. Click Done.

I've added some screenshots for your reference.

If you need anything else, please let me know. Thanks.

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