Topic: Tax on Already Taxed

In our country, we got new tax system implemented recently which works on like given below

Actual Amount of 100
Provisional Tax 19.5% = 19.5

Total Amount A= 119.5
Advance Income Tax = 12.5%

It is calculated "Total Amount A 119.5 *12.5% = 14.9

Grand Total = 119.5+14.9= 134.4

Is it possible to calculate tax like this in Front accounting?

Re: Tax on Already Taxed

Yes ..very much possible take a look at: … .TaxSystem

Follow the Canadian Example.

Re: Tax on Already Taxed

I am kind of confuse here unable tog et what i am looking for is it possible u can help me in that?

4 (edited by poncho1234 07/31/2019 04:55:35 pm)

Re: Tax on Already Taxed

Change the tax rates and tax names to suit the example given by @rafat

wiki changed to Pakistan example wrote:

Using Tax on already added Tax (Pakistan)
Certain regions in Pakistan have a Provisional Tax of 19.5% and a Advance Income Tax of 12.5% on already taxed items. Here is how you can handle that.

First create 2 Tax Types:
Provisional Tax 19.5%, rate 19.5 Remember to include the 19.5% in the name.
Advance Income Tax 12.5%, rate 14.9375(12.5 * 1.195). Remember to include the 12.5% in the name. You will need to increase the percent decimals in preferences. The value 1.195 is the value of Provisional Tax + 1. If the Provisional Tax was 6% this value would be 1.06.
Combine these two Tax Types into a Tax Group.
Find the variable, $suppress_tax_rates, in config.php about line 193. Change the value to 1. This will suppress the internal tax rate when printing.
That's it.

The last sentence is no longer valid in current FA version; you now suppress tax rates in Setup->Company setup-> Suppress Tax Rates on Docs: checkbox

Read the wiki on tax groups.

Try it out on your training company first

The FrontAccounting Wiki(Manual, examples, tips, setup info, links to accounting sites, etc)

5 (edited by rafat 08/01/2019 01:01:26 pm)

Re: Tax on Already Taxed

Thanks @poncho1234

@asad8891.. Did you manage to get it sorted? It should be fairly easy but tricky in certain ways. As ponocho1234 stated you need to review Tax Groups.. also you need to to edit/add your customers and branches to use these tax groups.. One main thing that is very important is these tax types need to belong to  different tax GL Accounts (each is different)... You might need to set these accounts before you create the tax types.

Its doable.. its done before.

Come back if u need further help.