IN: Is it possible to enter the effective Date of Registration (GST) in customers and suppliers details?

Customers and suppliers details must contain effective date of registration of GST.  If we supply goods for a customer who is unregistered, in GSTR reports it will come under B2C sales, after some months if the same customer gets registration if we updates the registration type of the customer all previous supply from the date of his registration will show B2B supplies. So please enable an option 'EFFECTIVE DATE OF REGISTRATION IN CUSTOMERS AND SUPPLIERS DETAILS'


Hi, nac.taxoffice

Option 01.

If you want to display and track VAT effective date enter VAT Effective date in the address field and use space key to separate the address and the VAT effective date check the attached PDF file.

Option 02.

When you create a Customer or Supplier you will notice Tax info tab and Notes tab & Address tab as well enter the VAT effective date in those tabs.

Note: Address option can be viewed in most of the reports and Notes reports like Customer/Vendor contact details can be viewed. 

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