>> - Many of the major systems clearly state that they do not support VAT.
>> - Some suggest that their tax handling can be configured to handle
>> VAT - but that might be optimistic!
>> - And, of those with good VAT support, some don't support the "cash
>> accounting" VAT schemes, and that eliminates some more candidates.
>> Looks like I'm stuck with "silly old pencils", to quote the
Still on the VAT:
- I'm not aware of any FOSS system that supports "Cash Accounting"
VAT, but I've not checked very thoroughly. Perhaps some do...
- A few systems seem to have good accrual VAT support, and you should
check them out - including FrontAccounting, TurboCash, Adempiere,
SQL-Ledger, Postbooks (xTuple)...
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