(RUS) Set up tax correspondence with expense codes [AX 2012]

Updated: November 22, 2012

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

Use the Sales tax relations form to set up the correspondence between sales taxes and expense codes.

  1. Click General ledger > Setup > Profit tax > Sales tax relations.

  2. Click New, and then in the Module field, select the module to attach the sales tax to.

  3. In the Type of tax field, select the type of tax to attach the sales tax to, from the following options:

    • Other – The sales tax is attached to other taxes.

    • Standard VAT – The sales tax is attached to standard value-added tax (VAT).

    • Excise – The sales tax is attached to excise taxes.

    • Reduced VAT – The sales tax is attached to reduced VAT.

    • VAT 0% – The sales tax is attached to VAT at zero percent.

    • Assessed tax – The sales tax is attached to the assessed tax.

    • Transport tax – The sales tax is attached to transport taxes.

    • Land tax – The sales tax is attached to land taxes.

    • Customs duty – The sales tax is attached to customs duties.

    • Customs fee – The sales tax is attached to customs fees.

  4. In the Code field, select a sales tax code.

  5. In the Expense code field, select an expense code.

  6. In the Main account field, select an account that the transactions are posted to.


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