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Hi! Anyone who knows where I can find a white paper or manual related to Belgium localization?
Or has anyone implemented AX/ D365 for Finance and Operations for Belgium.
Did you check this page ?
Sukrut provided the link where you can find the specific features per country. There are some regulations how to setup the financial features in Belgium. What is it what you really need? There is no guide from Microsoft how to setup the main accounts, tax details, journal types, etc. If you need such information, you can better contact a partner in Belgium for more help.
I have been involved in several implementations in Belgium. You have to do the setup correctly. I had to do some troubleshooting in the past to provide the correct tax details to the Belgium authorities. The Sales Tax setup is quite difficult.
Thank for the response. I have already checked this link but this provides only the list of the localization items. Thanks though. :)
Yes, I need information how the tax details are correctly setup.
For this, I don't have a complete overview. Information I have in my own notes are outdated. There are changes between the time I was working with Belgium legal entities and now.
The best you can do is contact a local partner or freelancer to get some help on the implementation.
FYI: In general there are three rates: High, Middle and Low. There is a need to split it into Goods, Services and Investments. Another dimension is if it is a local transaction, within other countries of the EU and outside the EU.
The tax declaration works in boxes where there is a strict regulation where to put every type of transaction. Credit notes are the most cumbersome part as in some cases 3 till 5 boxes are affected for one transaction.
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