(IND) Calculate sales tax in an Accounts receivable payment journal [AX 2012]

Updated: October 11, 2012

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


This topic has not been fully updated for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2.

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Journals > Payments > Payment journal.

  2. Press CTRL+N on the Overview tab to create a new journal.


    For more information, see "Journal header (form)" in the Applications and Business Processes Help.

  3. Click Lines to open the Journal voucher form.

  4. Enter the required details on the Overview tab.


    For more information, see "Customer payment journal lines (form)" in the Applications and Business Processes Help.

  5. Click the General tab.

  6. Select the account type as Customer in the Account type field in the Account selection field group.

  7. Select the sales tax group in the Sales tax group field.

  8. Select the group of sales tax codes that is calculated for an item in the Item sales tax group field. View the amount in the journal line in one of the following fields:

    • Assessable value – View or modify the net value of the journal line if the calculation of tax is based on the assessable value of the journal line.

    • Max. retail price – View or modify the value if the calculation of tax is based on the maximum retail price of the item.

  9. Select the offset account type as Bank in the Offset account type field.

  10. Enter the credit amount in given currency in the Credit field.

  11. Click the Tax information tab and select the address code in the Name field. The address of the company is displayed in the Address field and the sales tax registration number in the Registration number field.

  12. Select the India sales tax form type in the Form type field.

  13. Click Sales tax to open the Temporary sales tax transactions form. You can view the details of the sales tax amount of the transaction on the Overview tab.

  14. Click the Adjustment tab to adjust the sales tax amount, if needed, and click Apply.

  15. Click Formula designer to open the Formula designer form. View the calculation expression that is defined for each tax code in the item sales tax sales group. The fields in this form cannot be modified.

  16. Close the Formula designer form and the Temporary sales tax transactions form to return to the Payment journal form.

  17. Post the journal.

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