I have a problem with the chart of taxes when it is configured for the application of two different taxes on a product (as in the province of QuÃ©bec, Canada, where there is a provincial sales tax and a federal sales tax). Please see this image: imgur.com/ihQUmL1 When you have a look at "Base de taxes", it seems to be adding "Base de la TPS" to "Base de la TVP" - while, in fact, the Basis for the tax calculation is the same. Is this a bug or a local problem? Has someone encountered this behavior before?
The second, more important part of the problem, is that the tax calculation itself is wrong, because it doesn't properly calculate refunds. When I click on "TPS reÃ§ue", which in the overview is at 190.65, I see that: imgur.com/J832To4, so in the credit column 162.63 and in the debit column 28.02. The debits is there because a refund or cancellation of an invoice has taken place. Obviously, the received taxes are Debit (minus) credit, so 134.61, NOT Debit (plus) Credit.
Has anybody else encountered that? Should I open a bug report or is this a problem with my local configuration?
Have you configured the following correctly?
Accounting -> Configurations -> Taxes -> Tax Codes
Base Purchases + Tax Purchases to have Coefficent for parent = -1
Base Sales + Tax Sales to have Coefficent for parent = 1
Accounting -> Configurations -> Taxes -> Taxes
- Sale Tax (Invoices): Base Code Sign + Tax Code Sign = 1
- Sale Tax (Refunds): Base Code Sign + Tax Code Sign = -1
- Purchases Tax (Invoices): Base Code Sign + Tax Code Sign = -1
- Purchases Tax (Refunds): Base Code Sign + Tax Code Sign = 1
Hope this configurations will help you..%
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