Hello just upgraded Manager Server from Version 20.7.16 to 20.8.36 in a test Linux Server environment.
I find the GST Report missing that was pulled in using “Report Transformations” back in the day via the Settings Tab.
How do we reinstate the Settings / Report Transformations / GST Return. I see it sitting there and it looks good but does not appear under the reports Tab like it used to.
I had a quick look and the links recommended to follow when introducing the transformation reports are not working.
Also just so you know the Reports are enabled for the business and the user has full access to the entity.
Well, Tut wrote it’s a report transformation (whatever that means) and as such it’s in the Report transformation section. It may well be a report ‘transformation’ but it’s 100% VAT/GST related so IMO it should be in the Tax Codes (weird naming if you ask me; wouldn’t Taxes be more precise?) section. See also Install Localization Options - #7 by Mark
When I altered the Report Transformation form myself I had to take away all expenses that has Exempt from total purchases Tax Code that when into line 11. Then I add the total of GST on Imports Tax code to line 13. Then I had to alter box 14 to to add box 12 and 13 together
I only used the purchases as my clients only import not export
Hi you are telling us what you have altered to maybe resolve the problem but … [quote=“compuit, post:8, topic:29943”]
If the fields for lines 9 and 13 were available would that answer your question?
This would allow you to add the adjustment data to the form and then calculate the GST as you would expect.
I am sure Manager crew will address this in the future. In the meantime you will need to carry out a manual compensation / Adjustment for this element in the GST calculation.
Well it looks like there is some deliberation going on surrounding the Report Transformations, GST and Taxes. So reading you comment above it would appear that there will be a thrust to get reporting correct. Those Italians have their work cutout alright!