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  • Ray in Capetown
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    Re: Print report with 2 vat

    Not an invoice, looks like a suppliers summary of invoices.
    You really have to explain how you structure the recording of this, but its fairly obvious that for the purpose of this summary, any invoice containing a different vat rate has to be split somewhere, possibly as two entries for this summary, if it's infrequent and requires not too much system mod .or. two vat fields, one for each rate.

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  • Cristiano
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    Re: Print report with 2 vat

    Sorry Keith is not true ,
    for the italian law we need first print an invoice end at the end of the moth a summary ( but is the same an invoice) I do not send the image for the invoice number 4566 that have two different VAT

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  • Keith Hubert
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    Re: Print report with 2 vat

    Hi Christiano,

    Your image shows an Invoice to an individual customer, but what you have asked for is "summary invoice list", which is completely different.

    The data for this report can be either collected, calculated or filtered. What you need to decide now is which method you want to use and develop from there.

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  • Cristiano
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    Re: Print report with 2 vat

    Hi mronck ,

    This is one of those situations where the supplier has dual VAT rate (10% and 21% ) and in the same invoice you might have, then, a sale with a 10 and a 21% VAT on the articles
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    At the end of the month (and this is the point) I need to do (for the Italian law) a summary invoice list of all the invoices for each customer where to appear tax (10 and 21 in the case of a double bill with VAT) .

    What I would like but I do not know how to do, is create a summary report (monthly or fora specific dates) for each invoice and for each customer.

    for example today, (17/03/2013 - italian calendar dd/mm/yyy) the supplier issues an invoice to a customer "A" where he sells some articles with VAT 10 and VAT 21%. At the end of the month (March) will issue a summary invoice where is mentioned the above invoice, but that mentioned invoice have 2 articles with two different VAT, and in my summary report I have only 1 line for each summary invoice (see the attach pcture) , my problem is that I'm not able to hide the second line if the field of second VAT (21%) is equal to null .

    I hope I have clarified

    Any Idea?
    Attached Files

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  • getaguru
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    Re: Print report with 2 vat

    ma pensa te... I'm not the only one italian in this forum (better, not the only one italian usin A5 as well)
    Sorry for the OT.
    Bye, E.

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  • mronck
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    Re: Print report with 2 vat

    Originally posted by Cristiano View Post
    Hi. I have a problem with a particular report.

    I have to print some invoices with double VAT but I would like to print data from the second VAT only if this second tax is the same as predetermined by the Italian Government, which is 21%,and obviously if there are not lines with these second VAT, on the print report will not write any lines for these VAT.

    It's possible to create a report with these options, if yes how ?
    I tried to use a filter in the report but no work


    Thank you
    Normally spoken, the rate of VAT that is applicable is determined by the item itself. Some items have a low VAT percentage, others may have a high VAT percentage. Since that is mostly determined by the article, the VAT calculation belongs in the item line like Keith just advised.

    Furthermore, I am not sure what you mean, please enlighten your post a bit, maybe with a calculation example.

    1) What is "double VAT" in Italy ? Is it indeed 1 high percentage, 1 low percentage? If yes, normally spoken there is also a zero tariff which then would be the third VAT percentage. Is that applicable for Italy as well?

    2) You say that the report should print "data from the second VAT ONLY if this second tax is the same as predetermined by the Italian Government". What do you mean by that? Normally spoken in the EU zone, 21% qualifies as "high VAT rate".

    So I am not even sure what it exactly is that you want. You want to print invoices, that is understandable. But if you calculate any VAT (even if it is not the same as predetermined by the Italian Government) you might want it on the invoice anyway?

    Please give us a bit more information on what it exactly is that you want.

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  • Cristiano
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    Re: Print report with 2 vat

    one more thing Keith, but the check if I have a double VAT, do I make in the print report ? If yes where?

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  • Cristiano
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    Re: Print report with 2 vat

    Thanks Keith for your suggestion, I will try to implement this suggestion and than I tell you


    regards

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  • Keith Hubert
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    Re: Print report with 2 vat

    Hi Cristiano,

    First I would recommend that you get the VAT into the line item in the table.

    The other method is to have an indicator in the line item, which can be used as a lookup to the VAT table and use that value as a calculated field in the report.

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  • Cristiano
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    Print report with 2 vat

    Hi. I have a problem with a particular report.

    I have to print some invoices with double VAT but I would like to print data from the second VAT only if this second tax is the same as predetermined by the Italian Government, which is 21%,and obviously if there are not lines with these second VAT, on the print report will not write any lines for these VAT.

    It's possible to create a report with these options, if yes how ?
    I tried to use a filter in the report but no work


    Thank you
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