GST: Handling Imported Goods by Forwarder/Third party company

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Question: I have purchased goods from oversea's supplier. My Forwarder has helped to declare the goods and pay GST to Customs. How should I do the entry in AutoCount System?


Answer:

Please refer to the scenario below:


Purchase Invoice , K1 Form , Forwarder Invoice


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Handling with IM-GDS and Other payment method

Go to GL > Account Maintenance, create a new GL account (a special account of Bank, Cash, Deposit), which is a payment method under Other Payments using the name of "GST Paid on Behalf" (Current Liabilities).


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2) Enter Purchase Invoice for Overseas Supplier, use the special tax code IM-GDS to indicate that this is a case of imported goods.


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3) Enter Cash Payment for Import Goods Documents


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4) Enter Forwarder Company Invoice in AP Invoice Entry (or Purchase Invoice)


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5) Make the AP payment to Forwarder Company.


By:Jessica 170814, KM 170821, P170823


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