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I'm trying to post an "Opening Balances journal" for a data migration. The journal is for the opening balances (trial balance) for the company. I get the "Sales Tax code must be entered if the account is a Sales Tax account" error for 6 of the records. I saw a post on this from last year, but it didn't appear to resolve the issue.
Since this is simply opening ledger balances for the entity, there is no sales tax code for the record.
Any advice welcome :)
Hi, if you want to post directly on a tax account you need to provide the tax code. For data migration purposes I would suggest that you change the account setup and remove the posting type if you just want to transfer an open balance. Once the balance is posted setup the posting type sales tax again. Hope this helps, Ludwig
Thanks Ludwig. Yes, this resolved my problem. I appreciate your quick response to this.
I am facing the same warning "Sales tax code must be entered if account number is a sales tax account." for a sales tax line while creating an invoice journal. My question is: Sales tax group and Item sales tax group are defaulted and they have mutual sales tax codes, so is there any reason we must specify in the Sales tax code field? Why it cannot be retrieved from Sales tax group & Item sales tax group?
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