(EEUR) Retail customer invoices and return sales orders in Eastern European countries [AX 2012]

Updated: November 27, 2013

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

You can set up the following information for customer invoices and return sales orders that are generated in Retail POS:

  • Use sales tax groups to process returns by using return sales orders. Click Retail > Setup > Parameters > Retail parameters. Click Posting, and then select the Use sales tax group for returns check box. For more information, see Retail parameters (form).

    NoteNote

    This topic does not apply to versions of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 prior to cumulative update 1 for AX 2012 R2.

    • To specify the sales tax group for returns that are made by a customer, in the Customers form, on the Retail FastTab, in the Sales tax group for returns field, select a sales tax group. For more information, see Customers (form). When you post a return sales order for a customer, the return sales order line is updated with the sales tax group for returns that is specified in the Customers form.

      –or–

      To specify a sales tax group for returns that are made at a retail POS by a customer, in the Stores form, on the General FastTab, in the Sales tax group for returns field, select a sales tax group. For more information, see Stores (form). When you post a return sales order for a customer of a retail store, the return sales order line is updated with the sales tax group for returns that is specified in the Stores form.

  • Use the posting date of a retail customer invoice or a return sales order as the sales date of the invoice or return if the invoice or return does not have a default sales date. Click Retail > Setup > Parameters > Retail parameters. Click Posting, and then select the Use posting date as sales date check box.

  • Use the number range that is provided by the tax authorities to number Latvian and Lithuanian customer invoices and return sales orders. Click Organization administration > Common > Number sequences > Registers > Invoice numbering setup. Select the Retail check box for the number sequence line that is used to number the customer invoices.


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