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VAT Analysis Report Showing Items 0% and N/A

Currently the only way to check that the correct VAT code has been used for either N/A or 0% is to manually check individual transactions. The activity reports just show a value of £0.00 for VAT but do not show which code has been used. A report listing this information would enable quick checking for accurate entry onto the VAT return.
  • Andrea
  • Jan 10 2017
  • Released
  • Oct 5, 2018

    Admin response

    Hi Andrea, We are set to review many of our VAT features this year with a view to building in additional functionality to directly handle things such as VAT margin scheme and requests such as this. Thank you for your suggestion and those who have cast votes.
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  • Vanessa Mayor commented
    22 Nov, 2018 02:47pm

    Dear Kashflow,

    In addition to this, I need to see which nominal code has been assigned to each line item in the VAT detail to identify if the correct VAT code has been selected.

  • Guest commented
    17 May, 2018 09:39am

    Is there any update on this Kashflow? Seems the year has gone by, and no progress made! Do you have any time scale of when we'll be able to actually do this?

  • Guest commented
    5 Nov, 2017 02:51pm

    I am having problems with this also. 

    If clients process cash income and expenses via (bank) cash control a/c and don't apply the appropriate VAT rate. The default code is automatically assigned to N/A which means I need to print off the cash control a/c report and reconcile against the VAT report as the VAT report does not show N/A transactions. 

  • Sherri Ellison commented
    20 Sep, 2017 09:47am

    100% agree with Andrea here.  I have a client that processes their own receipts and i just do the vat return preparation but to do so I need to review what they've done to ensure all correct.  This is really time consuming without a report to show n/a or zero rated transactions as i have to enter into each transaction posted.

  • John Biggs commented
    19 Jul, 2017 08:53pm

    yes please - if we could add this to the bottom of the Excel download of the VAT calcs.

    And please - keep the Excel formatting as plain as possible so that it can be analysed in Excel

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