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How to enter Bank Charges with VAT on Bank Statement?

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Dirk Klaijsen
on 7/30/13, 1:15 PM 2,006 views

Hi,

How can I enter expenses with VAT on a Bank Statement? I.e. bank charges with VAT. Additionally, the base amount an tax amount should be on the VAT declaration.

example: Base Amount Bank charges: 5,00 Euro 21% VAT on Bank charges: 1,05 Euro

A seperate line on the Bank statement will solve the problem partially. For the Belgian VAT declarion the journal entry line (account move line) the base and the vat needs to be reported in the appropriate VAT box (tax code).

I read some replies from earlier topics, that a workaround can be creating a Supplier Invoice, but this little bit overkill.

This functionality should also be useful for small expenses which are paid cash or via bank card.

Thanks in advance.

Dirk

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ACLENYON Sprl
On 6/28/14, 8:46 AM

Hello Dirk,

Same issue at a customer of mine, could you make a progress on this?

If not, can we join forces to find a solution?

R.

Philippe

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Els Van Vossel (evv)

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Els Van Vossel (evv)
On 7/14/14, 5:10 AM

Please refer to the following topic: https://www.odoo.com/forum/Help-1/question/How-can-I-reconcile-my-bank-statements-56050

As from version 8.0, you can create templates for bank statements, among other things for VAT applied to banking costs. Make sure to use a VAT code for prices inclusive of VAT.

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