Aran, is there any indication why it isn't on the roadmap? It feels like Clearbooks isn't keeping up with competitors on plugins/integrations.
HMRC website states:
Further information required in addition to the VAT account
Outputs value for the period split between standard rate, reduced rate, zero rate, exempt and outside the scope outputs.
Inputs value for the period split between standard rate, reduced rate, zero rate, exempt and outside the scope inputs.
Data for supplies made and received:
VAT accounting date for the transactions on the invoice:
for traders on cash accounting scheme (or on the cash turnover method within the VAT flat rate scheme), the date of receipt or payment
for other traders, the time of supply for VAT purposes (or, for input tax only, the date of receipt of the VAT invoice or alternative evidence if later), this will often, but not always be the date of invoice
the invoice total broken down into sub-totals for each rate of VAT chargeable
the VAT charged at each rate on the invoice
Where an invoice covers several supplies, line by line input of each supply will not be mandatory, provided the VAT accounting date is the same for all of them.
Data for supplies made and received - for retailers
The changes introduced under MTD will require businesses to keep a minimum data set electronically. Retailers will be permitted to record electronically sales transaction data based on daily gross takings, rather than recording details of each sale where they account for VAT using a retail scheme.*
Are you suggesting that the transfer from iZettle, net of transaction fees, covers this requirement? I don't think it does.
Paul, yeah disappointing. Can only keep banging the drum though - or turn to alternative software where client falls within VAT legislation.