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Export GST Entries posting This is related to India Export Process
1. We create a Customer Export Invoice against Sales Packing Slip.
Voucher Entries will be posted on customer receivables, Raw material but not related to GST payables.
2. Creation of Shipping Bill
3. Post Customs Export Order against shipping bill
Voucher Entries will have GST payable Related entries.

Scenario:
Customer Export Invoice create on Dec 2020
Shipping Bill and Customs Export Order will be created on Jan 2021

I am liable to pay GST as per invoice date on Dec 2020.
GST related postings will be created in Jan 2021 based on Customs Export Order.

For this we will need the following flow in d365
1. After packing slip , the Tax invoice print should be available
2. Post shipping bill
3. After shipping bill duties will be non editable
4. Then Customer invoice will be posted
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Comments

M

1 customer raised as below
a. Export order created
b. packing slip is booked . At this time itself GST to be booked and e-invoice should be generated so that the shipped items can go from factory premises to port- this is really important as now before moving the goods the invoice number should be loaded on E- portal and once we give the invoice number we cannot change that and hence we cannot have commercial invoice
c. After shipping bill is posted then actual sales should be recognized

Category: Globalization - Regulatory features

M

1. After posting packing slip , the tax invoice print should be generated which will have the GST amount
2. Then post the customer invoice at this stage the revenue should go to interim sales account and e way bill purposes
3. post shipping bill
4. post final invoice where Interim sales amount will be reversed and this will contain all the details of shipping bill number and then e invoice should be generated

Category: Globalization - Regulatory features