Suggested transaction tax system

Jan Schrage jan.schrage@IWR.Uni-Heidelberg.De
Wed, 15 Nov 2000 14:24:14 +0100

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> 5) Accounts should be able to specify a default tax code for transfers
> into or from that account. This would be unset on bank and cash accounts,
> so the type of thing being bought/sold (specified by the account at the
> other end of the transfer) selects the correct default tax. In the event
> of a conflict, the user could either be asked, or it could default to no
> tax and let the user select the correct tax.
You should also be able to specify whether you enter gross or net values
into the account: If I buy something it will usually be the gross value,
but somebody who provides a service usually makes his calculation based
on net values, adding tax later.


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  Jan Schrage

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