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info944
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Filed VAT period due VAT is different to to the VAT 100 due. comparing reports VAT exceptions are not be calculated in the final submission. How do I account for that

 
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GeorgiaC
QuickBooks Team

Filed VAT period due VAT is different to to the VAT 100 due. comparing reports VAT exceptions are not be calculated in the final submission. How do I account for that

Hi info944,

 

Thanks for joining us on the Community. 

 

VAT exceptions are automatically accounted for in your final submission. When you select 'Prepare return' on the taxes screen you will see a separate column for the exceptions, which is factored into the total amount of each box, and hence your overall box 5 amount. 

 

 

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GeorgiaC
QuickBooks Team

Filed VAT period due VAT is different to to the VAT 100 due. comparing reports VAT exceptions are not be calculated in the final submission. How do I account for that

Hi info944,

 

Thanks for joining us on the Community. 

 

VAT exceptions are automatically accounted for in your final submission. When you select 'Prepare return' on the taxes screen you will see a separate column for the exceptions, which is factored into the total amount of each box, and hence your overall box 5 amount. 

 

 

info944
Level 2

Filed VAT period due VAT is different to to the VAT 100 due. comparing reports VAT exceptions are not be calculated in the final submission. How do I account for that

Hi,

 

Thank you.

 

What the real problem is, on the payment due list it shows the amount due excluding the exceptions amount.

After filing I received confirmation from HMRC with the VAT due amount including the exceptions.

A little engineering on screen presentation needed to take away the small element of confusion.

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