(RUS) Create a payment proposal for a tax agent invoice [AX 2012]

Updated: November 17, 2012

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

You can use the Vendor payment proposal form to create payment proposals that you can use to generate payments to a vendor tax agent. You can also generate payments of value-added tax (VAT) to a tax authority.

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

  2. Press CTRL+N to create a new journal, and then click Lines to open the Journal voucher form.

  3. Click the General tab, and then, in the Agreement company field, select the legal entity that the purchase agreement is created for.

  4. In the Agreement ID, select the identification code for the purchase agreement.

  5. Click Payment proposal > Create payment proposal to open the Vendor payment proposal form.

  6. In the Proposal type field, select the type of payment proposal to create. You can create the proposal by due date, cash discount date, or both due date and cash discount date. For more information, see Vendor payment proposal (class form).


    By using payment grouping, you can specify the invoices that must be paid to a specific vendor, and then combine the invoices into one payment. You can periodically settle open customer transactions that include the invoices that belong to different agreement numbers.

  7. Click Select to define the criteria for the payment proposal.

  8. Click OK to open the Vendor payment proposal form. In the upper pane, you can view the open invoice transactions that contribute to the payment proposal line On the VAT Proposal tab, you can view the details of the tax transaction for the VAT payment to the tax authorities. The Account number field displays the account number of the vendor tax agent.

  9. Click Transfer to transfer the proposal lines to the payment journal. In the Journal voucher form, two payment lines are displayed for each invoice. One line is for payment to a vendor, and the other line is for tax payment to a tax authority. On the second journal line, the purpose of the VAT payment is displayed in the Purpose text field. The second line also displays the account number and address of the tax agent.


    The vendor account of the tax agent is displayed in the Vendor account field on the Payment tab.

  10. In the VAT operation code field, view or modify the operation code for the VAT declaration.

  11. Click Functions > Settlement to open the Settle open transactions form.

  12. Select open vendor transactions, and mark them for settlement. For more information, see Settle open transactions - vendor (form).

  13. Close the form.

  14. Click Functions > Generate payments to open the Generate payments form.

  15. Select the payment method or the export format, depending on the method of payment on the journal line. Then select the bank account to draw the payment from, and enter the required information. For more information, see Generate payments - vendor (class form).

  16. Click OK.

  17. Click Print > Payment order to print the payment order report.

  18. In the Journal voucher form, click Validate > Validate to validate the journal line. Then click Post > Post to post the journal line. Payments to tax authorities can also be made by using the Periodic settlement form.


    After payments to the vendor tax agent are completed, you can view the settled transactions in the Transactions on settlement form. You can view the posted sales tax transactions in the Sales tax transactions form.

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