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    Capturing last year invoices after roll forward

    Hi there

    I need to capture 2016 invoices and have already rolled forward. I have changed the settings to "last year" journals, but I am not exactly sure what the rule of thumb is in terms of entering the period and date. Do I enter the final period of last year with the correct date i.e. 4 October 2016 or do I enter the correct period and date? What would the VAT implications be?

    Thank you in advance for any help.

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    Vicky

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    Hi, use the correct period and date in last year. If the vat wasn't paid for those invoices, it would then need to be paid with the next submission

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