Yes, VAT reports can show zero VAT transactions in QuickBooks, @lizev-srfinancia. And I'm happy to outline the detailed steps with you.
Customising the reports settings into zero VAT transactions is a few clicks of your mouse, and you'll be an expert in no time!
You can run the VAT Detail Report and filter the Rows/Columns to Tax Name and Tax Rate. Do the following:
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Thank you, however this is just on the Output side - I am looking for the Zero items on the Input VAT (expenses) side.
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