(BEL) Create and post a vendor invoice journal and a vendor register with Intrastat information [AX 2012]

Updated: March 22, 2011

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

The Intrastat declaration is a mandatory statement that reports the movement of goods between the European Union (EU) member states. Belgian companies can use the Intrastat form to generate an Intrastat declaration in CSV format for submittal to the Belgian customs authority. Before you can create and post a vendor invoice journal or vendor register and submit an Intrastat declaration, you must set up Value Added Tax (VAT) and Intrastat information for the vendor.

Before you generate an Intrastat declaration, complete the following:

  • Set up Intrastat parameters to generate Intrastat transaction details and compression details. For more information, see About Intrastat and Intrastat (form).

  • Create an item and specify the Commodity, Additional units, and Net weight fields for the Intrastat transaction. For more information, see Commodity codes (form) and Units (form).

  1. Click Accounts payable > Journals > Invoices > Invoice journal.


    Click Accounts payable > Journals > Invoices > Invoice register.

  2. Select a journal line to enter the required details. For more information, see Post invoices in an invoice journal and Journal voucher - Invoice journal (form).

  3. Click the Invoice tab.

  4. In the Transaction code field, select the transaction code for European Union (EU) trade, used for Intrastat reporting.

  5. In the Transport and Port fields, specify the means of transport and the port where the delivery is to be loaded.

  6. In the Statistics procedure field, select the code for the statistical procedure.

  7. In the Commodity field, select the item code for Intrastat reporting.

  8. In the Additional units field, enter the number of additional item units for the invoice.

  9. In the Charges percentage field, specify the charges for the journal.

  10. In the Country/region and State/province fields, specify the country or region and the state for the delivery of goods.

  11. Click Validate > Validate to validate the invoice journal.

  12. Click Post > Post to post the invoice journal. After you post an invoice, you can reverse it. For more information on reversing a transaction, see Reverse a transaction.

  13. Close the forms to save the changes.

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