Sales Tax not showing on purchases in Sales Tax Report

emeraldtransemeraldtrans Member Posts: 1

My purchases entered in to Accounts Transactions with GST/Sales Tax that is sales tax on purchases are not showing in Sales Tax Report. Please advise any way to rectify. Refer to screenshot below.



  • CharlotteCharlotte Member Posts: 695 admin

    Hi @emeraldtrans ! As a first step I'd recommend checking to make sure the tax you've added is recoverable (click the edit icon on the Sales Taxes page to check if the option is selected). If not, you'll need to recreate the tax as recoverable and apply it to your transactions in order for it to be reported correctly. Please let us know if you have any problems. :)

  • AravindAravind Member Posts: 1

    Hi...Even after recreating tax as recoverable, tax amount on purchases is zero.

  • BritBrit Member Posts: 2

    this is happening to me as well....

  • greencloverfarmsgreencloverfarms Member Posts: 5

    I have the same problem..

  • JamieDJamieD Administrator Posts: 1,145 admin

    @Aravind @Brit @greencloverfarms Could you please confirm whether or not that you've created the Sales Tax as recoverable, and make sure that the newly created tax is associated with all the corresponding transactions? Also, another thing to confirm is that you have the correct date range for the report. Please let me know after you've confirmed all of this.

  • greencloverfarmsgreencloverfarms Member Posts: 5

    not sure how to make the sales tax recoverable. I only recorded the sales tax that I payed out. and its the correct date range. but I am having all types of issues my accounts receivable and payable

  • Ryan_WRyan_W Administrator Posts: 462 admin

    @greencloverfarms you can see if a tax is set to recoverable or not by clicking Settings > Sales Taxes; however, you should know that this cannot be reversed after the fact. If you have a tax you need to change, you'd need to recreate it accordingly, and re-apply it to your transactions.

  • greencloverfarmsgreencloverfarms Member Posts: 5

    ok thank you

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