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20 January 2015
Case Study: Bank Account Reconciliation
Here at Dynamics Consultants, we have developed our Bank Account Reconciliation Add-on, to make it easier for companies to reconcile their bank statements with the corresponding financial data held in their Microsoft Dynamics® NAV system.
In October 2012, one of our customers – Embrace went live with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, replacing their two old finance systems. This allowed them to review their Bank Reconciliation process.
Initially they used the out of the box functionality in Dynamics NAV 2009. Owing to the limited automation the out of box system offered, the Bank Reconciliations had to be completed outside of NAV and in Excel. This was a very time consuming process with approximately 150 Bank Accounts to reconcile, which could take up to 2 weeks! Since implementing the Bank Account Reconciliation Add-on from Dynamics Consultants , they have been able to reduce the time taken to reconcile their bank accounts to 2
20 January 2015
Changes in VAT on Sales of Electrical Goods
This blog explains the change on VAT rules and how to treat it using Microsoft Dynamics NAV® 2013 and all earlier versions of Dynamics NAV.
The way VAT is accounted for on sales of electronic goods (defined as any digital item which is not held in a tangible format) is changing. With effect from 1st January 2015, any sales of these goods within the EU to a non VAT-registered person will be treated as though it was supplied in the country of the recipient rather than the supplier. This means that a supplier may have to account for VAT in each member state separately though there will be arrangements for submitting a combined return. Further details can be found here.
To avoid potentially having to register for VAT in every member state of the EU, the EU intend to offer a single portal (known as the Mini One-Stop-Shop or MOSS) to allow suppliers to file returns and pay the VAT due. More information on this can