provide the option to set if prices are VAT inclusive or exclusive
All the invoices are calculated as inc VAT but I want ex VAT. Is that possible?
i.e. if I put £1000 as the cost of the repair then I want the invoice to be £1000 + VAT (£1,200 total).
At the moment if I put £1000 in it changes it to £833.33 + VAT (£1,000 total)
James Vincent commented
this should have been done years ago
Deyan Petrov commented
This seems to have been going for a long time. I am really disappointed.
Totally agree here, we need this issue solved asap!
Simon Finlayson commented
Similar problem. I need this resolved or I have to bail. I am not VAT registered so I need to charge zero VAT. Seems there is no solution.
Why does no one seem to be taking VAT issues seriously? For nine months I have been trying to devise work-arounds but feel like I am running out of options.
I have just tried to raise a test invoice (still not live data) without VAT for a German customer and I expected the "TAX" tick box for each customer would do the trick - Unfortunately not.
£100+VAT = £120. so if the customer isn't taxed the invoice should be £100 BUT IT ISN'T!!!
the final value stays £120 (it just doesn't attribute £20 to tax) hopeless - or is it me? Am I missing something?
I would be pleased to hear suggestions from anyone who has seriously run VAT on Repairshopr?
I totally agree! ex-VAT pricing is always the baseline from which everything else is calculated.
As a UK based business-to-business this is what I am used to and precisely what I need.
Our prices are always quoted as: price "Plus VAT"
Similarly our inventory price list are ALWAYS ex-VAT but RepairShopr requires inc-VAT values