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RE: Tax and account mapping depending of the product/categoryby
Can this not been tackled with fiscal position ? In Belgium we have 4 TVA regimes when building product are installed : 21 % ( normal ), TVA compensated ( for companies ), 6 % ( private customers with houses older than 10 years ) and 12 % ( social housing ). So we create 4 fiscal positions and choose the right one on sales order. You could use a same approach. I guess the TVA rates are at least for groups of products. Because when you have 200.000 products ( and that’s not that much ) it become unmaintainable when you have to apply a different TVA to every product…
With kind regards,
Van Hirtum Johan
We already think about it, but the issue is that we do not have only one case, so at the end I fear that we end with something like
20% (standard rate france / special foreign tax 16% / other location foreign tax 18%)
With a big list of taxe that match all the possible combinations
Thanks for your feedback
Le lun. 11 juil. 2022 à 11:02, Thorsten Vocks <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
as ugly workaround:
Wouldn't it be possible to duplicate the standard tax as you mentioned "20% (standard rate france)"
to "20% (standard rate france / special foreign tax 16%)" and ...
a.) assign this duplicated standard tax to the product (product "B" in your example)
b.) add this tax in the fiscal position on the tax mapping tab (20% -> 16% ) after the regular tax mapping of the fiscal position (20% -> 13%).
Am Mo., 11. Juli 2022 um 10:42 Uhr schrieb Sebastien Beau <email@example.com>:
Thanks Pedro for your feedback, but it's not the same issue.
This great module helps to easily configure the tax mapping (it generates all the fiscal position and tax mapping and save us a lot of time).
Here the case is more complexe sometime depending on the product you can not map a normal tax to a normal tax but sometime for legal reasons the tax in the dest country is a Reduce one or a Super Reduced Tax.
We need to handle this case
Le lun. 11 juil. 2022 à 09:56, Pedro M. Baeza (Tecnativa) <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
Isn't this OSS? https://github.com/OCA/account-fiscal-rule/tree/14.0/l10n_eu_oss
Akretion France, Sébastien Beau