August 2, 2007 at 2:31 am #11687TThibodeauParticipant
How do we handle sales to customers in provinces that have different tax?
In nv1 we could specify tax rates and tax accounts on customers account.
ThomasAugust 2, 2007 at 9:10 pm #13714
Create a journal under NewViews > Journal > Sales by window selecting Sub journals. Insert your new journal and then click on the journal on the explorer tree.
Once setup, window select Trade Information. Set Tax 1 for your HST. Use your original sale journal for GST/PST.
For American users, you can also use this strategy for the different State and County sales taxes.
MartinAugust 14, 2007 at 3:49 am #13722TThibodeauParticipant
I tied this but it seems to causes 2 series of invoice numbers when using the next number function.
Any other ideas.
The way NV1 treated this seems to have been the best solution, have default values and be able to overide on customers setup.
Thomas ThibodeauAugust 14, 2007 at 11:46 am #13723
In 2.09 of NV2, the root sales journal Next Reference number will used if the child journals Next Reference Number fields are empty. You will have to police the next reference number until then.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
MartinNovember 10, 2007 at 10:07 am #13800
I have another inquiry about sales tax. Is it possible for the NV2 program to calculate the 2 taxes (GST,PST) if we just type in a total amount on a purchase or sales journal? This occurs if we have an invoice or a sale where only the total is given, and the detail of the taxes is not supplied.
P.S. I like the tabs on the new 2.09.07 version.November 14, 2007 at 12:50 pm #13805
Yes, check the Trade Information of the expense, journal and vendor to ensure that taxes are charged.
If you make the change after the invoice was entered, delete the invoice and then add it again and the updated Trade Information changes will take effect.
Good to hear you like the Tabs. It does make the interface more user friendly.
Regards to All,
MartinJanuary 6, 2008 at 11:49 pm #13834
I have been working on payroll for the past month so didn’t look at this right away. I am able to get NV to calculate the GST and PST for a PURCHASE if I enter an
ITEM TOTAL, however I cannot get it to do it for a SALES INVOICE. I have the trade taxes set in sales journal, Have the expense accounts set to GSTS and TVQS have set CHARGE TAX1 and 2 to YES in AR account, I have a GENERAL account for GSTS and TVQS set up.
Am I forgetting something?
I am using v2.09.9 release date 20071220 (20 Dec 2007)January 29, 2008 at 1:10 pm #13847
Re-enter another sales transactions to verify that all three settings have been set (the sales jounal, the sales accounts, and the AR accounts).
If you change them after entering a transaction you may have to re-enter the transaction.
MartinJune 9, 2008 at 11:12 am #13940
I have daily sales which include the GST & PSt in the price. As some of you know, NV2 won’t extract the sales tax on a sale as it did in NV1 with TAXS, and QWPAGE won’t let us write any scripts to do this.
Does anyone have a way of doing this automatically instead of having to divide the total sale by a constant (e.g. 1.1385) for every entry, to get the base price without the taxes so that NV2 can calculate the tax? Even if this method doesn’t always give the correct amount, it comes within 1 cent, which is much easier to correct than doing the calculation every time manually.
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