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The use of 'TaxAmount @Name' (MISC question)

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Created by Binbin D on 2010-07-26 03:35:28 Back to Topics

The use of 'TaxAmount @Name' (MISC question)

According to XML Invoice Standard v2.2,  Values (Row O) for this element (TaxAmount @Name) says 'Dictionary defined: 'Billed','Credited' 'Accepted', 'Difference''
The question is, if 'Billed' means we debit OAL, and ‘Credited' means we credit OAL; then, in what cases, the name will be 'Accepted' and 'Difference'?
Could you pls give us an example?
Replied by James S on 2010-07-26 07:30:02
These wouldn't be used for Misc invoices.
 
The IS-XML standard is used for Pax and Cargo invoices, too, which would use the Billed, Accepted, and Difference fields for the purposes of rejections.
Replied by Binbin D (Accounting Centre of Chin) on 2010-07-26 22:45:56
You mean 'Accepted' and 'Difference' wouldn't be used for Misc invoices, or this element wouldn't be used for Misc invoices?


From: SHANNON James
Posted: Monday, July 26, 2010 7:30 AM
Subject: The use of 'TaxAmount @Name' (MISC question)

These wouldn't be used for Misc invoices.
 
The IS-XML standard is used for Pax and Cargo invoices, too, which would use the Billed, Accepted, and Difference fields for the purposes of rejections.
Replied by James S on 2010-07-27 08:19:46
Accepted and difference wouldn't be used for misc invoices at all.
 
The element wouldn't be used, depending on which instance of the element you're talking about. You'll notice that the entire Tax element is reused in multiple places, including the RMCouponBreakdown. Obviously, that woudln't be used for a Misc invoice, but the Tax element at the line item would be.
 
 
 
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