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  • #21916

    Magic
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    I have just noticed that when I add tax with 0% rate its not shown on the invoice. I am VAT payer and I need to have it there because of the law. Its called reverse charge between two EU based VAT payers (B2B).

    The solution would be:
    1) To add “reverse charge” checkbox which is going to remove all calculated VAT from the invoice and keep the current VAT percentage rate (e.g. 21% can be there) and other columns intact
    2) Allow 0% rate and do not consider it to be redundant.

    Is there any work arround for this issue, please? Perhaps I can comment out some part in the code which is responsible for 0% being skipped.

    I think that this is probably one last major issue before I will be able to use the app.

    Thank you.

    Related:
    https://github.com/invoiceninja/invoiceninja/issues/1932

    • This topic was modified 1 month ago by  Magic.
    #21918

    Hillel Coren
    Keymaster

    Sorry, not that I’m aware of. Maybe you could add it in the notes or footer?

    #21921

    Magic
    Participant

    Thanks for the answer.

    That would mean to add all tax related columns and calculations into the footer. I will of course add “reverse charge” wording somewhere, but the rest needs to be there as well.

    Any chance to tell me what do I have to change in the code so that the app will work with 0 value without skipping it? That might work.

    Edit: I think that it actually works fine. The only problem is in the InvoiceNinja admin interface. When I look at the invoice preview the 0% tax is there. When I export the PDF the 0% tax is there.

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by  Magic.
    #21922

    Hillel Coren
    Keymaster
    #21925

    Magic
    Participant

    Thanks. I have edited my post above in the meantime.

    It actually works fine – only the admin interface is not showing the tax with 0%. Please do not change the rest (preview, export behaviour) then :-).

    #21926

    Titanfail
    Participant

    As for the 0% part, perhaps you could try to set it to some extremely low value (i.e. 0.00001%)? I know with things like discounts, it only calculates up to the first two decimals. Anything after that is simply rounded to the nearest hundredth. So something like 0.00001% would be calculated as 0%, but since there’s still a non-zero value there, it would be displayed on the invoice.

    @hillel, am I correct in that assumption, or would that cause issues on the back end later on?

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