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I'm in Ireland. I'm a startup sole trader. I set up a "generic" cloud version, i.e. not country specific. I haven't entered any transactions yet.
How do I compute, report and file VAT returns for Ireland? How do I make sure the EU statistics on trading details are correctly computed and reported?
Should I start instead from a UK version? (If so, how do I do that, as I started with a generic version? How would I change the base currency to €, and change the various VAT rates?)
In Ireland one can reclaim VAT on purchases during a given period, even if they have not yet been paid for--this is different from UK rules. How would I change the VAT reporting to suit Irish tax rules?
I see various tax options listed, where can I find out what they mean?
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|Asked: 2/19/15, 5:14 PM|
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|Last updated: 11/20/15, 12:23 PM|