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Before posting in general ledger, tax details are not captured in Journal Print.
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Yes, this is very much required, it would boost user confidence before posting the entries and can be ensured that all accounts are going to post correctly along with amounts.

Category: Accounts Payable

Y

The functionality to preview the transactions before posting becomes very much important when we book vendor invoices through Invoice journal because there is no option to check the final amount/invoice totals before posting the invoice. User are very less confident when they are required to post a huge number of transactions through single invoice journals. As a business requirement, we dealt with Third Party Aggregators which provides their commission invoices on weekly or monthly on which GST amount and TDS are to be deducted. To book those invoices with precise invoice total matching , preview is very much required.

We hope that Microsoft Product team will take this issue on priority basis and provide some solution. It would also helpful for other customers as well.

Category: Accounts Payable

Y

This functionality is available in Russian Localization to preview the ledger transactions before posting. Microsoft should extend this functionality to India localization or can provide a feature which can be enabled through Feature management.
MS doc link for Russian Localization:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/finance/localizations/rus-ledger-transactions-preview

Category: Accounts Payable

Y

I strongly agree with this idea. Currently we need to develop a lot so that this printout works.
I hope that this will be applied to General Journal too.

Category: Accounts Payable

Y

This issue greatly impact our ability to verify the GL.

Category: Accounts Payable

Y

None, direct tax or indirect tax is printing on Journal print. What kind of organization does not require taxes on the journal print or which authority or auditor allows the journal print without tax? Direct and indirect tax both must be included in the journal print option to make the document more reliable and that will give the user confidence that he/she is going to post a correct transaction.

Category: Accounts Payable

Y

Yes please. The Printed report should reflect the actual entries which were made.

Category: Accounts Payable

Y

My customer is facing the same problem. GST amount is not included on Print report even the system posted correctly. Please help to work on this issue.
Thank you.

Category: Accounts Payable