PST - self assessment of out of country/province invoices

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Joanfedoruk
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PST - self assessment of out of country/province invoices

Post by Joanfedoruk » 07 Jun 2013 04:25

I'm in BC, we've got GST and PST. I've received an invoice from the USA that has no taxes. I must apply a self assessed sales tax to it and pay with my quarterly payment. Anyone able provide me with direction.

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Re: PST - self assessment of out of country/province invoice

Post by nasupport » 15 Jun 2013 05:52

Just create a separate payment to the Gov't for the amount of GST busing the "A" (All Tax) tax code. Charge it to any expense account as only the tax paid account will be debited.

Then when you do your GST report the tax paid will include your self assessed tax payment.

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