A BLWI declaration report is a declaration of the foreign trade of goods and the state of bank accounts outside of Belgium, and includes customer transactions, vendor transactions, and financial transactions for specific bank accounts and currencies.

You must set up default currencies, countries/regions, country/region groups, and payment purpose codes before you can set up BLWI information.

Set up BLWI parameters

  1. Click > > > > .

  2. Select the check box to activate BLWI.

  3. Select a central bank purpose code.

  4. Enter the NBB name, telephone number, fax number, and e-mail address, if required.

  5. Select the indication level for BLWI code for journals. You can select from the following options.

    Indication level


    No information is provided for errors or warnings.

    A message is displayed if there are errors or warnings.

    The ledger journal or invoice is not posted if there are warnings.

  6. To add a logo to the BLWI reports, select the tab and click to select a file. You can use .bmp, .jpg, .gif, and .jpeg files.

Set up BLWI country/region groups

  1. Click > > > > .

  2. PressCTRL+N and enter the number of the row in the monthly report.

  3. Select a group ID and enter a description.

  4. Mark the check box to print trade totals for this country on the BWLI report.

  5. Click the tab and select a country/region code to assign to the country/region group.

  6. Click the button to update the tables with a default set of values.

  7. Click the button to select the country/region group in the language that the report is printed in.

Set up BLWI currencies

  1. Click > > > > BLWI currencies.

  2. PressCTRL+N and select a currency.

  3. Select the check box to print reports in that currency.

  4. Enter a column number to print the currency in for the report. Different currencies can be printed in separate columns.

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