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Use suppliers default VAT for purchase orders.

When processing purchase orders, the VAT code should default to the suppliers default VAT code and not that of the stock item as its the suppliers that set the VAT you arecharged depending on their registration. Currently for VAT exempt suppliers I need to change the vat for each line item.

  • Guest
  • May 25 2016
  • Review in progress
  • Admin
    Jo Kirkup commented
    17 Apr 09:38am

    We’re currently investigating this idea with a view to including it in a future release.

    We’re looking for customers who are interested in this functionality and would be willing to talk to us about how this works in their business today and what changes would benefit them. Discussions will take around 30 minutes and we'd really appreciate your insight to shape how this feature would work.

    If you are interested in helping please email ukisage200productmanagement@sage.com.

  • Admin
    Jo Kirkup commented
    18 Dec, 2023 12:12pm

    thanks for the comment Chloe, we prioritise new idea inclusion based on a number of factors including elements like security, technical and compliance needs. You can also see from the comment added previously that there are a wide number of factors to consider. I can't give you a timeframe at the moment but as soon as we start to investigate the idea then you'll see the status change and at that point we'll reach out to those who have voted for the idea to get more insight.

  • Chloe Lanfear commented
    18 Dec, 2023 11:47am

    Will this please be looked into anytime soon as this was first logged 7 years ago?!

  • Marek Tonderys commented
    30 Nov, 2023 04:50pm

    This would need a careful re-think. If it is a EU supplier, they can provide both a services and goods, thus the VAT codes are different. Use the default but have the ability to change and split transactions between service and goods VAT codes. Stock code should never be the driving force for VAT codes.