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In addition to the standard information the tax invoice must also show: Apportioning the consideration for a supply that includes taxable and non-taxable parts e-Invoicing e-Invoicing is the exchange of invoice related documents between a seller and a customer in an electronic format.
A tax invoice does not need to be issued in paper form. You can issue a tax invoice to a customer by means of e-Invoice. This is not limited to, for example, issuing a tax invoice in a PDF format.
What is important is that the electronic record transmitted to the customer contains all of the information required for a tax invoice and is readily accessible and easily convertible to English. Where there is only one taxable sale on a tax invoice, the amount of GST should be rounded to the nearest cent rounding 0.
Where there is more than one taxable sale on a tax invoice, there are two rules known as the 'total invoice rule' and the 'taxable supply rule': Total invoice rule — under this rule, the unrounded amounts of GST for each taxable sale should be totalled and then rounded to the nearest cent rounding 0.
Taxable supply rule — under this rule, you need to work out the amount of GST for each individual taxable sale. Where the unrounded amount of GST has more decimal places than your accounting system can record, the amount should be rounded up or down as appropriate.
You then need to add the individual amounts and round this total to the nearest cent rounding 0. You and your customer do not need to use the same rounding rules. Agency relationships Special rules apply to tax invoices for transactions carried out through agents.
However, in special cases, you, as the purchaser or recipient of the goods or services, may issue a tax invoice for your purchases. This is known as a recipient-created tax invoice RCTI.
Your written agreement can either be a separate document in which you specify the supplies, or you can embed this information or specific terms in the tax invoice itself.
Recipient created tax invoices — template When an RCTI is valid To be valid, an RCTI must contain sufficient information to clearly determine the standard requirements except that it needs to show the document is intended to be a recipient-created tax invoice, not a standard tax invoice.
In addition it must detail the purchaser's identity or ABN. It must also show that, if GST is payable, it is payable by the supplier. As the recipient, you must: You must not issue a document that would otherwise be a RCTI on or after you or the supplier have failed to comply with any of the requirements of RCTIs.
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