After spending a week in Costa Rica enjoying the spectacular beaches and the fabulous weather in San Jose (although my purpose in San Jose was to deliver Microsoft Dexterity training), I thought it was just appropriate to blog about the international features sported by Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010
. The bottom line, there are quite a bit of enhancements for the international community, so let's get right to them:1. VAT Daybook
. You will be pleased to know that the VAT daybook has become a feature available for installation to all countries. Since value added taxes are very common across the globe with most countries requiring pretty much the same tracking and reporting capabilities, the good folks at MS have decided to make it available to everyone.
For you folks up in Canada, the VAT Daybook can be used to generate the Canadian GST/HST return
in electronic format. You can set up the reporting periods for the return as specified by the tax Canada Revenue Agency
. You can assign the tax detail IDs to consider for each line of the return. You can set up the default claim percentage for input tax credit for each tax detail ID. You can change this percentage for each transaction before you generate the return. You can resubmit the return after making changes, if required.Vous serez heureux de savoir que le fil de la journée de la TVA est devenue une caractéristique disponible pour l'installation de tous…