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NON TAXABLE AMOUNT on Sales Tax Liability Report

Running a Sales Tax Liability Report, Cash. I need to understand what does the numbers listed in the column labeled "NON TAXABLE AMOUNT" consist of? I understand it is the difference between "GROSS AMOUNT" & "TAXABLE AMOUNT" but what does it represent? Each line on each invoice is taxable.

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Re: NON TAXABLE AMOUNT on Sales Tax Liability Report

I’m happy to see you in the Online Community, Tiffiny Taylor Krugh.


The Gross Amount column will show the total amount of all transactions (taxable or non-taxable). While the Taxable amount will display the total gross sales of taxable items.


Yes, you’re correct. The entry shown in the Non-Taxable Amount column is the difference between the gross and taxable amounts.

 

For more in-depth information about this feature, such the Accounting method, reports available used to track transactions, etc, check out this article: Automated Sales Tax.


Let me know if you have any clarifications or concerns while working in QuickBooks. I’m only a post away for help. Have a good one.

 

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Re: NON TAXABLE AMOUNT on Sales Tax Liability Report

Let me help share information about the Sales Tax Liability Report in QuickBooks Online (QBO), @Tiffiny Taylor Krugh.

 

The Sales Tax Liability Report shows the sales tax you've collected and what you currently owe to the tax agencies. On the other hand, the amount under the Non-Taxable column shows the amount of sales that are not taxable.

 

To check for the transactions under that column, you can follow these steps:

 

  1. On the Sales Tax Liability Report page, click on the amount under the Non-Taxable column.
  2. You can then see the list of transactions under the Transaction Report page, you can open the transaction if you want to view its details.

You can also read this article for your future reference about the available reports in QBO: Available reports in QuickBooks Online.

 

Let me know if you have any other questions about the sales tax liability report. I'm just a post away to help. 

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Re: NON TAXABLE AMOUNT on Sales Tax Liability Report

Thank you Angelyn, I think a better way to explain it would be to say that the "Gross Amount" is the Gross Sales, The "Taxable Amount" is the receipts which are taxable within the timeframe of the report & the "Non Taxable Amount" is the difference. Please verify if I have that correct. Additional question, is the "Taxable Amount" pre-tax dollars?
QuickBooks Team

Re: NON TAXABLE AMOUNT on Sales Tax Liability Report

I’m happy to see you in the Online Community, Tiffiny Taylor Krugh.


The Gross Amount column will show the total amount of all transactions (taxable or non-taxable). While the Taxable amount will display the total gross sales of taxable items.


Yes, you’re correct. The entry shown in the Non-Taxable Amount column is the difference between the gross and taxable amounts.

 

For more in-depth information about this feature, such the Accounting method, reports available used to track transactions, etc, check out this article: Automated Sales Tax.


Let me know if you have any clarifications or concerns while working in QuickBooks. I’m only a post away for help. Have a good one.

 

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Re: NON TAXABLE AMOUNT on Sales Tax Liability Report

How can I get the Non-Taxable column on my Liability report?

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Re: NON TAXABLE AMOUNT on Sales Tax Liability Report

Hi SDeCesare,

 

You can run the Taxable Sales Detail report and customize it to show all the non-taxable transactions in QuickBooks Online (QBO). Let me guide you how.

  1. Click Reports.
  2. Search Taxable Sales in the search field.
  3. Select Taxable Sales Detail.
  4. Click Customize.
  5. Adjust for the appropriate date range in the General section then choose Filter.
  6. Under Filter, check the box next to Customer Taxable. (Note: This will ensure all customers with non-taxable sales are listed).
  7. Check the box next to Product/Service Taxable, select Non-taxable. The report shows as Taxable Sales Detail when you run the Non-Taxable Sales Report.
  8. Click Run report.

The Sales Tax Liability report only shows how much sales tax you've collected and owe to tax agencies.

 

I got this link in case you have other questions about QBO: Reports.

 

Keep in touch if you need anything else. I'd be right here help.

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