@lubos, I would like the Tax Code Feature for Malaysia to be improve.
This is the source, of example of how Malaysia Tax Invoice GST Compliant looks like.
My intend is to have Manager custom enabled readily for Tax code feature to accommodate incoming users from Malaysia, what manager lacking is to display Tax class per line items for Sales & Purchase Invoice and GST table summary.
I would also want the Tax Codes able to group under one Tax grouping Category and able to custom name (because I can see our local government intended to increase the tax rate and fixed name 6% not gonna be permanent) able to calculate by per sub-code instead calculate all at once like the current multiple rates.
The current workflow also have to be improve, lets just say, My Tax grouping structure like the follows,
GST (in picture follows would be called GST6% as per built-in tax codes)=
-Standard Rate [SR]
- Zero Rate Local [ZRL]
- Zero Rate Export [ZRE]
- Exempted [ES]
I choose GST6% then another extra bracket come up to choose more specific tax codes defined in Tax Codes features,
if there is only ‘more than 1% defined in sub Tax Codes’ (in this case Standard Rate 6%) or single sub Tax Code selected in invoice then no GST Summary table will be display,
if more than 1 sub tax codes selected, GST Summary table will be display.
Take note that Our GST tax codes has different initials for Sales and Purchases.
If wondering why Purchases? since we usually receive Sales Invoice from Supplier, Tax codes in Purchase Invoice may be less relevant since we rarely or never did before sent purchase invoice to our suppliers. For Report purposes it still relevant.
Can lubos add recipient.identifier in Purchase invoice? I find it inconsistent.
Thank you for taking your time reading my (will be misunderstood explanation).