(CHN) Split or combine VAT customer invoices [AX 2012]

Updated: November 27, 2013

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

Follow the steps in this topic to split a value-added tax (VAT) customer invoice to create multiple invoice documents. You can also combine multiple VAT customer invoices to create one invoice export document that contains the line details of the original invoices.

NoteNote

This topic does not apply to versions of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 prior to cumulative update 6 for AX 2012 R2.

The following illustration shows how the configuration of the tax integration relates to other tax integration tasks.

For an overview of the process see (CHN) Chinese tax integration for VAT customer invoices.

Chinese tax integration for VAT customer invoices

The following table shows the prerequisites that must be in place before you start.

Category

Prerequisite

Related setup task

Configure Microsoft Dynamics AX for tax integration. For more information, see (CHN) Configure tax integration.

Use the VAT invoice integration form to manually split a VAT customer invoice that has a total invoice amount that exceeds the amount limit that you specify in the Maximum invoice amount field in the Tax integration profiles form.

To split a VAT customer invoice, follow these steps:

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Periodic > Tax integration > VAT invoice integration.

  2. In the upper pane, select a VAT customer invoice to split. You can split VAT customer invoices for which the Over amount limit check box is selected.

  3. Click Split to open the Split export documents form.

  4. In the Split based on field, select one of the following options to indicate the method to use to split the VAT customer invoice:

    • Amount – Split the invoice based on the amounts that you specify. You can specify the split amounts in the Amount field in the lower pane, and then click Split to split the invoice.

    • Percent – Split the invoice based on the percentages that you specify. You can specify the split percentages in the Percent field in the lower pane, and then click Split to split the invoice.

    • Quantity – Split the invoice based on the quantities that you specify. Click Split, and then specify the split quantities in the Split quantity field. Click OK.

  5. In the Split export documents form, click OK. The split invoices are updated in the VAT invoice integration form.

Use the VAT invoice integration form to split multiple customer invoices based on the value that you specified in the Maximum invoice amount field in the Tax integration profiles form.

To split VAT customer invoices automatically, follow these steps:

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Periodic > Tax integration > VAT invoice integration.

  2. Click Automatic split.

  3. Specify the criteria to select multiple VAT customer invoices to split.

  4. Click OK to split the selected VAT customer invoices. The VAT customer invoices that have a value that exceeds the maximum invoice amount that you specified in the Maximum invoice amount field in the Tax integration profiles form are split until the value of each split invoice is less than the maximum invoice amount.

Use the VAT invoice integration form to combine VAT customer invoices to create one invoice. You can only combine VAT customer invoices that use the same invoice account number and sales tax code.

To combine VAT customer invoices, follow these steps:

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Periodic > Tax integration > VAT invoice integration.

  2. In the upper pane, select the VAT customer invoices to combine.

  3. Click Merge to combine the selected invoices.

Use the VAT invoice integration form to combine multiple customer invoices based on the value that you specified in the Maximum invoice amount field in the Tax integration profiles form.

To merge VAT customer invoices automatically, follow these steps:

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Periodic > Tax integration > VAT invoice integration.

  2. Click Automatic merge.

  3. Specify the criteria to select multiple VAT customer invoices to combine.

  4. Click OK to combine selected VAT customer invoices. The VAT customer invoices that have a value that is less than the maximum invoice amount that you specified in the Maximum invoice amount field in the Tax integration profiles form are combined until the value of combined invoices is less than the maximum invoice amount.


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