(RUS) About profit tax registers [AX 2012]

Updated: November 23, 2012

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

Legal entities can use registers to disclose their revenues and expenses. The registers are used to track revenue and expense data from the time that primary documents, such as sales invoices and delivery notes, are first entered into Microsoft Dynamics AX by using the calculation of cost prices for production. The data from the registers is used to confirm the declared profit of the legal entity.

Microsoft Dynamics AX serves as a data source for various registers, such as fixed assets, inventory management, production, general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and personnel accounts. The registers are interrelated: Calculated registers use the data from voucher registers, and then totals registers use the data from calculated registers. However, the basis for all of the registers is the revenue or expense code.

The registers are classified based on the information that they contain:

  • Registers of intermediate calculations – These registers store and display information to support the calculation of intermediate figures that are essential to generate a tax base.

  • Registers of the account status of the tax account unit – These registers contain systematized information about account object figures that apply to more than one tax reporting period. The registers of a specific group provide information about the status of an account object for the current period and changes to the object status of the tax account over time.

  • Registers of the generation of report data – These registers provide information about the order that the values for the tax declaration were received.

The following tables provide information about the inventory number and the corresponding type of register in Microsoft Dynamics AX.

  • Registers of on-account calculations

    Inventory number

    Type of register in Microsoft Dynamics AX

    1

    Calculation of temporary tax differences

    2

    Accounts receivable movement

    3

    Accounts receivable - bad debt reserve movement

    4

    Accounts receivable inventory act

    5

    Accounts receivable - bad debts reserve

    6

    Cash payment receipt

    7

    Cash payment issue

    8

    Account payable movement

    9

    Accounts payable inventory act

    10

    IA depreciation

    11

    Standard expenses rate for deferred periods

    12

    Standard expenses rate for current period

    13

    Standard expenses in current period

    14

    Incomes and expenses that do not influence the tax base

    15

    FA/IA sale

    16

    FA depreciation

    17

    Calculation of constant tax differences

    19

    Outlay - realized

    20

    Exchange adjustment in accounting

    21

    Amount difference in tax accounting

    22

    Goods cost calculation

  • Registers of the account status of the tax account unit

    Inventory number

    Type of register in Microsoft Dynamics AX

    23

    FA - information about object

    24

    IA - object information

    25

    Deferrals

  • Registers for the generation of report data

    Inventory number

    Type of register in Microsoft Dynamics AX

    26

    Goods issued

    27

    Incomes - current period

    28

    Outlay - realized

    29

    Outlays - Unrealized

    30

    Outlays - other unrealized

    31

    Non warehoused items

    32

    Warehoused items


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