Hello there, epicmetech,

I'm here to make sure you can pull up the reports you need so you can monitor your VAT sales and purchases through QuickBooks.

Though there isn't an individual report specific for VAT on Purchase Summary and Reverse Charge Mechanism (RCM) Summary in QBO, you can pull up the VAT Detail Report which contains the tax name, rate, amount and the transaction's taxable amount. 

Then you need to export the report to Excel and manually filter transactions based on the tax code. 

Here's how:

  1. Go to the Reports menu.
  2. Search fro VAT Detail Report on the search box.
  3. Filter the Report period.
  4. Click the Run report button.

In addition, you can pull up a specific report for VAT Sales Summary by visiting the Taxes menu. Here's how:

  1. Go to the Taxes menu.
  2. Click the View reports drop-down.
  3. Select VAT sales summary. You'll be routed to the Reports menu where you can view its contents.

Here's a helpful article about Reverse Charge Mechanism that guides you when it is applicable: What Is Reverse Charge Mechanism?

Please let me know if you have other concerns by dropping a comment below. I'm just around to help.

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