The B2B Report tab is available for the following countries:
These countries require that a B2B report is sent to the Tax Authority. The obligation only applies to foreign-based sellers of digital goods. It helps you capture required information like amount, Tax ID and so on.
To access it, open the Dashboard, click Reports and then click India or Turkey. Click the B2B report tab.
Here is an example of what they look like on the UI:
The following restrictions apply:
- The obligation only applies to foreign-based sellers of digital goods.
- Refunds are not included in these reports.
The report has the following filters:
|Report Periods Length
|The period that the report is generated for. The default value is monthly. You can select from monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly.
|Choose a date range for the report.
|Choose the format. For Turkey, choose Turkey XML. For India, choose India XML.
|Exclude transactions with invalid VAT numbers
|If selected, transactions that did not have a valid Tax ID are excluded from the report.
|Convert amounts to region's settlement currency
|If selected, the report is converted to the settlement currency for the region.
The output is in an XML format that is tailored for the reporting needs of each country. You can also choose more generic CSV and XML options.
The report helps you capture the following information:
|The currency for Indian reports is Indian Rupee. The currency for Turkey is the Turkish Lira.
|As the obligation applies only to foreign-based sellers of digital goods, a reverse charge is applied to all transactions. Therefore no tax is applied and the amount does not include any tax.
|Tax Country Code
|For Indian reports, this will be IN. For Turkish reports, this will be TR.
|Tax Country Name
|India for Indian transactions. Turkey for Turkish transactions.
|The Tax ID (for example VAT ID) for each transaction.
|Tax Number Country Code
|IN for Indian transactions. TR for Turkish transactions.
|The invoice number for each transaction.
Updated 4 months ago