You can define the data for the VAT register that is used to post sales taxes to the VAT register in the NIP table. The NIP table code can be assigned to the general journal lines when the sales taxes are posted.

  1. Click General ledger> Journals> General journal> Lines


    Accounts payable> Journals> Invoices> Invoice journal> Lines.

  2. Press CTRL+N to create a new line.

  3. In the Account typefield, select the type of account as Ledger.

  4. In the Accountfield, select the account number for the selected account type.

  5. In the Debitor Creditfields, enter the debit or credit amount.

  6. In the Offset account typefield, select the account type for the offset account.

  7. In the Offset accountfield, select the offset account number.

  8. On the Generaltab, in the Sales tax codefield, select the sales tax code. You can view the sales tax amount in the Sales tax amountfield, for the selected sales tax code.

  9. In the Sales tax groupand Item sale tax groupfields, select the tax groups.

  10. In the Base for VATfield, view or modify the base amount for VAT register.

  11. On the Invoicetab, in the Invoicefield, enter the invoice number.

  12. In the Document datefield, select the date of the document.

  13. In the Codefield, select the NIP code, and enter the required details.

    Note Note

    For more information, see "General journal lines (form)" in the Applications and Business Processes Help.

  14. Click Post> Postto post the journal.

    Note Note

    You can view the posted transactions in the VAT registerreport.

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