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I use Odoo 8 in the Netherlands with a BTW Tax of 21%. I received a invoice from a German supplier with a VAT of 19%. What should I do with the column taxes in the invoice to get it in the 1c category of our tax system? I do not have a choice "Taxes other then 0% for import in EU".
This is not an Odoo related question. Please make yourself familiar with the dutch VAT system (https://www.belastingdienst.nl/wps/wcm/connect/bldcontenten/belastingdienst/business/vat/). At first, you have to properly qualify the transaction from a VAT point of view. If you have properly qualified the transaction and the invoice is correct, you have to choose the corresponding VAT code in the dutch Odoo localization. It might also be the case that the invoice you have received is not correct from a VAT point of view, in this case you have to ask your supplier for a proper invoice. Based on your incomplete information, this transaction is most probably not category 1c, but 4b (intracommunity acquisition) and the invoice of your supplier is not correct.
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|Asked: 4/15/18, 6:25 AM|
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