GST: Difference between Set GST Date and Set Original Document Date

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Question: What is the difference between Set GST Date and Set Original Document Date?


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Answer:

Set Original Document Date - Allow users to record the document date of supplier's document. For example, AA received an Invoice dated 1st August 2015 from his supplier on 1st October 2015. Since AA has locked the period of August, he can key in the entry in October and use the Original Document Date field to record the document's date (1st August).

In such a way, the period of August (which was locked) will not be affected as the entry is recorded in October. However, when viewing aging report, such entry will capture its original document date.


Set GST Date - Allow users to determine the month of GST submission for this particular entry. For example, AA received an Invoice dated 1st August 2015 from his supplier on 1st October 2015. AA may record this entry by using entry date of 1st August and set the GST Date to October.

In such a way, the entry will be inserted to August, but GST (input tax) will be claimed (appear in GST-03) only in October. There is no need to edit the submitted GST-03 of August.


By: Jessica 171030, KM 171116, P 171120



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