(IND) Journal voucher - Customer payment journal (modified form) [AX 2012]

Updated: July 23, 2012

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

Click Accounts receivable > Journals > Payments > Payment journal. Select or create a journal, and then click Lines.

Use this form to enter and post payments that you receive from customers.

NoteNote

The controls that are described in this topic apply only to your country/region. For full documentation of this form, see the following topic or topics:

Journal voucher - Customer payment journal (form)

Tab

Description

Tax information

Enter the tax information details for your legal entity.

Field

Description

TDS group

Select the default Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) group for your legal entity.

TCS group

Select the default Tax Collected at Source (TCS) group for your legal entity.

Assessable value

Specify the assessable value for the transaction line.

The assessable value is one of the base values that the excise duty is calculated on.

Max. retail price

Specify the maximum retail price for the transaction line.

The maximum retail price is one of the base values that excise duty is calculated on.

Location

Select the location identifier for your legal entity.

Tax information

Select the tax information record for your legal entity’s address.

Tax Identification Number (TIN)

The TIN for your legal entity’s address.

Registration number

Select the India sales tax registration number for your legal entity’s address.

Form type

Select the India sales tax form type for the transaction line.

Nature of assessee

The nature of assessee category that your legal entity belongs to.

Tax Account Number (TAN)

The withholding TAN for your legal entity’s address.

Excise type

Select the excise type of your legal entity:

  • Manufacturer – Your legal entity manufactures excisable goods.

  • Trader – Your legal entity sells excisable goods.

ECC number

Select the Excise Control Code (ECC) number for your legal entity’s address. The main accounts for posting the excise tax amounts are identified based on this number.

Excise tariff code

Select the excise tariff code for the transaction line.

Excise record type

Select the excise record type based on the excisable goods that the journal line is created for.

If Trader is selected in the Excise type field, the options are as follows:

  • None

  • RG23D – Record the details of the purchase or sale of goods that is made by a trader or a dealer.

If Manufacturer is selected in the Excise type field, the options are as follows:

  • None

  • RG23A – Record the details of the purchase or sale of input goods.

  • RG23C – Record the details of the purchase or sale of capital goods.

IEC number

The Importer Exporter Code (IEC) number for your legal entity’s address.

Customs tariff direction

Select the type of direction for the customs tariff code.

Customs tariff code

The customs tariff code for the transaction line.

STC number

Select the Service Tax Code (STC) number for your legal entity’s address. The main accounts for posting the service tax amounts are identified based on the STC number.

Service code

Select the service code that is attached to the goods.

GTA service category

Select a Goods Transport Agency (GTA) service category from the following options:

  • Inward – You are purchasing goods from a vendor.

  • Outward - inter unit/input – Goods are being transferred within your legal entity, or from your legal entity to a subcontractor for additional processing of the goods.

  • Others – Used for all other categories of GTA services.


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