Have we a definitive list of the QB standard VAT codes applicable for DRC transactions - sales and purchase
is there a proforma sales invoice to reflect the DRC including tax summary or rate - ive looked at amending a current invoice but the only thing i seem to be able to do would be add the Reverse VAT statement
how can the DRC be reflected on any DRC subcontract Purchase Order
Hello Paul, Here is a list of the codes. There is no pro forma invoice however in the settings cog>custom form styles>if you click on the form names in the edit on the standard master you can rename the form pro forma and save it and then use that form. If you want to reference DRC you can use the description box or your message to supplier box.
many thanks for the quick reply
the VAT codes still do not seem to show the Domestic reverse charge
My use of the phrase "pro-forma invoice" is probably misleading -- what i should probably have said is a TEMPLATE (pre formed document) for a DRC invoice with all correct VAT information shown
Do you have an answer on the Purchase Order TEMPLATE to show the correct DRC VAT information ?
hope that has clarified some points
Thanks for coming back for more support, @paul j2. As an additional insight, the VAT summary is only available in sales forms such as invoices and sales receipts but not on the purchase order.
You can find the list of VAT codes for DRC in this article: Common VAT codes.
For future reference, read through this article: VAT: domestic reverse charge for building and construction services. It has answers to most of your DRC questions.
Let me know if you have additional concerns. I'd be happy to get back and help.
Will quickbooks be updating the sales invoices to show the RC CISVAT figure on Invoices and the note 'reverse charge applies ' as other software providers have built in to their programmes or is quick books expecting everyone to manually calculate and add info themselves ??? therefore slowbooks not quickbooks :-(
Hello Wendy-cann, thanks for posting on this thread, so at the moment when invoicing customer you have to enter somewhere on the invoice that the customer is responsible to account for the VAT. we haven't heard of anything about having it as an option to enter text or have a specif field to enter the text but it might be something that comes out in the future. We would advise you leave feedback in the main cog-wheel about this .