To enter tax amounts in the purchase transaction, either you should create Purchase Tax Master or enter manually.
Once you create Tax Master, all the taxes entered in the Master will be fetched in the transaction. While calculation, tax rate will be override by the tax rate defined in item master, the same is applicable if you enter taxes manually as well.
If you want to apply taxes mentioned in the item master always, you can make a Purchase Tax Master with all the taxes (applicable to purchase cycle) with zero rate. That way, tax rates mentioned in item master will always be applied while calculation and you do not have to select tax codes every time.
On 07-Oct-2013, at 5:30 PM, Brian Walsh wrote:
It is still not working as I would expect.
I do have an entry in Purchase Tax Master
I have added a purchase tax & a Sales tax in the item master for the items
when selecting the item in a purchase order, no tax information is brought across
I still have to manually select the tax.
unless there is a default tax selected in the purchase tax master,
then all items inherit the default tax rate overriding the individual item rates
I must be missing something
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