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MissRosie
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Help! Not registered for GST... what Tax Code do I use?

Hi Everyone,

 

As above - I am not registered for GST but am unsure what code to use on my invoices.

 

I am a music teacher and singer and entertainer.  I tried to use GNR but my invoice keeps erroring saying that "input duty and input taxed are invlide tax types for sales"

 

Can anybody help please?  

 

Thank you!

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Suja_P
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Re: Help! Not registered for GST... what Tax Code do I use?

Hi MissRosie,

 

The GNR tax code is generally used by someone who is registered for GST and has been sent an invoice from a supplier and the Supplier is not registered for GST.

 

In your case you may have to create a separate Tax Code, from the Lists menu >> Tax Codes, with the rate as 0% and use these in the sales transaction.

 

For specific advice on the tax codes to be used and how to record and report on these transactions we would recommend speaking to a BAS agent, your accountant or the ATO.

Kind regards

Suja
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BronH
Posts: 18
Registered: ‎21-06-2013
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Re: Help! Not registered for GST... what Tax Code do I use?

I would just enter your transaction with no GST code at all, and ensure you have a line in your invoice template that says "Not Registered for GST".

The person you are issuing the invoice to will then enter your invoice into their system as "GNR"

 

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