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All the Intrastat functionality is available for all the EU countries as it is an European tax requirement. But the "Transfer" button on the top menu of the form which allows the user to bring all the EU trade transactions based on the criteria specified on the dialog window of the process, it isn't available for countries with no support by Microsoft on local requirements, such us Republic of Ireland or Portugal. As this process it's not a local requirement or country specific, it is just a easier and comfortable way to fill the Intrastat form (common functionality for all EU countries), companies from Republic of Ireland or Portugal should be able to use the functionality and the filter of the button should be changed as blank to allows every EU country.

STATUS DETAILS
Under Review
Ideas Administrator

Thank you for your feedback.

Currently this is not in our roadmap; however, we are tracking it and if we get more feedback and votes, we may consider it in the future.

Sincerely,

PM, Anastasia Yashenina

Microsoft.

Comments

G

A company based in a non-EU country may well have a tax registration in the EU and must therefore also be able to generate an Intrastat and an EU sales list.

Category: Globalization - Regulatory features

G

Legal entity in country/region different than EU (in our case New Zealand) could be what is called "non-established taxable person in UK".
Such company is obliged by law to submit monthly Intrastat report. However, Itrastat functionality in D365 is limited to EU country/region entities.
In order to meet customer's and law's requirements we must setup Intrastat to be usable from NZ entity.

Extension of country/region code does not work because not all element types marked with EU country/region code are extensible, for example Base Enums.

Repro steps:

1) Create legal entity for NZ country
2) Go to Tax > Declarations > Foreign trade
3) Observe that Intrastat menu is not available

Category: Globalization - Regulatory features

G

Good idea - customers feel aggrieved having to pay extra for features like this.


There isn't even a VAT return for Ireland - which is very similar to the UK format, just a further split for EU transactions.

Category: Globalization - Regulatory features

G

The transfer button must also be available for Switzerland.

Category: Globalization - Regulatory features