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How to: Calculate Excise for Supplementary Invoices

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2

You can calculate excise on item charges and general ledger accounts for a supplementary invoice.

The following procedure describes how to calculate excise for item charges, but the same steps also apply to calculating excise for a general ledger account.

To calculate excise for a supplementary invoice

  1. In the Search box, enter Purchase Invoices, and then choose the related link.

  2. Select the purchase invoice for which you want to calculate excise, and on the Home tab, in the Manage group, choose Edit.

  3. On the General FastTab, fill in the required fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description

    No.

    The purchase invoice number.

    Buy-from Vendor No.

    The number of the vendor from whom the items are bought.

    Structure

    The structure for excise tax that is attached to the purchase invoice.

    Posting Date

    The posting date of the purchase invoice.

  4. On the Lines FastTab, fill in the required fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description

    Type

    Specify Charge (Item) to indicate that the line contains an item charge.

    No.

    The item charge number.

    Location Code

    The location code.

    Quantity

    The number of units.

    Direct Unit Cost Excl. VAT

    The direct unit cost of the item, excluding VAT. In the Line Amount Excl. VAT field, the net amount of the item excluding the invoice discount is automatically displayed.

    Supplementary

    Select to identify the invoice as a supplementary invoice.

    Source Document No.

    The source document code. In the Source Document Type field, the source document type is automatically displayed.

  5. On the Actions tab, in the Functions group, choose Calculate Structure Values.

When the invoice is posted, excise is calculated for the item charge. Before you post the invoice, you must complete the steps for assigning the item charge. For more information, see Assigning Item Charges to Purchase Documents.

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