Our report process would check for the existence of a document number in the Rm Key File Table that was identical to the SOP or IVC document number except 3 characters shorter. If such a document number was found, the import would assume (sometimes correctly, sometimes erroneously) that it had found a Modified Document Number
When the Subtotal on the invoice was less than the Taxable Sales, the Taxable Sales amount was adjusted to equal the subtotal amount and the Exempt Sales amount was adjusted to zero.
When the Subtotal was greater than or equal to the Taxable Sales this problem did not occur.
Fixed a problem with restricting cash basis reports by Apply Date.
The SQL Optimized version of this report was ignoring this restriction altogether.
The non-optimized version was honoring the restriction but only if the date range was Entered using the DZ Report Options window as opposed to using the Current Date, Beginning of Month, etc. drop down options.
Neither report listed the restriction in the report header.
Fixed a bug that could report as zero the total amount on a tax detail that had been modified by the user in the Receivables module.
DynamicZip now creates City Limits Tax Schedule if the city has a state or county override tax rate.
DynamicZip no longer creates City Limits Tax Schedule for city local taxes when they apply both in and out of the city limits.
Fixed a bug that was giving certain out-of-city-limits purchase tax schedules an in-city override.
Improved handling of tax rate overrides.
Corrected the override detail created based on the County Split value in the ZIPsales Database City.txt file. This value now modifies the maximum taxable amount for the county. Prior to this a city tax detail was created to tax the amount above the county maximum taxable amount.
Override details now get the following values from the ZIPsales Database overriding record rather than from the record being overridden:
We now use the ZIPsales Database DetailG file whenever possible for all taxes - not just the county local tax as before.