(RUS) Set up a register for the calculation of constant tax differences [AX 2012]

Updated: November 23, 2012

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

To show the amounts of permanent and temporary tax differences in an account, you must set up and calculate tax liabilities and asset calculation registers. Based on the calculations, transactions are entered in the general ledger. The Calculation of constant tax differences register is used to calculate constant tax differences based on the following registers:

  • Incomes and expenses that do not influence the tax base

  • Standard expenses in current period

  • Amount difference in tax accounting

  • Exchange adjustment in accounting

  • Exchange adjustment in tax accounting

  • Depreciation bonus recovery

  1. Click General ledger > Setup > Profit tax > Registers.

  2. Create a register, and then in the Register type field, select Calculation of constant tax differences.

  3. In the Register code field, enter an identification code for the register.

  4. In the Register name field, update the register name, if required.

  5. In the Period types field, select the period that the register is generated for, from the following options:

    • Months – The register is generated for a month.

    • Quarter – The register is generated for a quarter.

    • Half-Yearly – The register is generated for a half year.

    • Years – The register is generated for a calendar year.

    • Nine months – The register is generated for a period of nine months.

  6. Click the Hide FastTab.

  7. In the Available fields: list, select the fields to exclude from the register, and then move those fields to the Selected fields list.

  8. In the Selected fields list, select the check box for each field to exclude from the register.

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