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    Processing GRN on Pastel Accounting

    How can I process GRN on pastel without affecting a VAT control account,

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    The VAT control account is not affected at all when a GRN is processed. The double entry is debit Inventory and credit GRN Accrual account (with the VAT exclusive amount).

    The VAT control account is only affected when you link a supplier invoice to a GRN. The double entry is debit GRN Accrual account (VAT exclusive) and credit Suppliers (VAT inclusive) and credit VAT (VAT amount).
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    Thanks Nevile, What the vat amount of the GRN is on the debit side of your Vat Control Account how do you correct that?

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    I don't understand what you are saying, as a GRN does not create a VAT entry.
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    Is it wise to process a supplier invoice that is going to affect the suppliers invoice that is going to affect VAT control account and also capture the same amount in cash book

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    Yes, it is fine doing that.

    When you process the payment in the cashbook, there is no VAT effect, as the double entry will be to debit the supplier account with the VAT inclusive amount and credit the bank account.
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