When we are entering amount on journal entry page, such as General Journal, we only have option to use Amount Including VAT. Entering the value on the Amount field will automatically calculate the VAT Amount for you.
On the above example, we fill in 100 in the Amount field. Below is the result of preview posting.
Amount Including VAT is $100, VAT is 15%, Amount Excluding VAT is…
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D365 Business Central : Amount Excluding VAT in Journal Entry – That NAV Guy
When we are entering amount on journal entry page, such as General Journal, we only have option to use Amount Including VAT. Entering the value on the Amount field will automatically calculate the VAT Amount for you. But what if you want to do it the other way around ?
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