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Entering an expense report with VAT
I'd like to know if it is possible to enter in an expense report the amount of each receipts with the VAT included.
The reason of doing that we don't want to ask non accounting people to deal with the VAT rates. They say it is not their job.
We'd like Sales persons to enter the total amount paid (with or without VAT) in the expense report. Then either have the system or an accounting person applying a correct VAT rate (0, 5.5% or 20%).
Any advice on that?