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How can I generate a Jan-Mar 2019 VAT return so that I can record the payments I have made to HRMC earlier in the year. QB assumes I need Jan-Mar 2020.?

When I go to Taxes and try to create a new return I do not have the option to select a year.  I am just trying to generate the return so that I can record payments against it.
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How can I generate a Jan-Mar 2019 VAT return so that I can record the payments I have made to HRMC earlier in the year. QB assumes I need Jan-Mar 2020.?

Hi there, g13.

 

Yes, it will only show you the current year's returns. You will create a journal transaction to reduce your sales tax liability in the previous year. We'll need help from Support to get this done. You can contact them using the steps below:

  1. Click on Help and choose Contact us.
  2. Enter a brief description of your goal and click Let's talk.
  3. Choose on Chat or Get a callback if it's available.

You can always go back to this thread if you have other questions with taxes.

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How can I generate a Jan-Mar 2019 VAT return so that I can record the payments I have made to HRMC earlier in the year. QB assumes I need Jan-Mar 2020.?

Hi there, g13.

 

Yes, it will only show you the current year's returns. You will create a journal transaction to reduce your sales tax liability in the previous year. We'll need help from Support to get this done. You can contact them using the steps below:

  1. Click on Help and choose Contact us.
  2. Enter a brief description of your goal and click Let's talk.
  3. Choose on Chat or Get a callback if it's available.

You can always go back to this thread if you have other questions with taxes.

View solution in original post