A feature has been made available in backoffice that makes it possible to generate a sales tax invoice for an order. After completing the order, the Merchant will be given the option to send an invoice with VAT%. This article describes step by step how you can set this up in the backoffice.
Note: This feature cannot be used for bookings via the Travel Widget or in combination with payment in installments (Installment plan).
Step 1: Select the desired event
Select the desired event under 'Manage'.
Step 2: Set the VAT rate for each product
Before an invoice can be generated, the VAT rate for each of the products must be set individually. In order to do this, navigate to 'Products' within the event and adjust the 'Applicable VAT' per product.
Step 3: Generate the invoice
Click on 'B2B orders' under Event settings> Actions
Then click on 'Create and Send Invoice'
Some information needs to be entered at the bottom of the page.
You can choose two different options at Delivery of e-tickets:
Single PDF containing all tickets (unbundled
This option is often used when the e-tickets are used in a batch or printed for a group.
Zip file where each ticket is a separate PDF (bundled)
This option is often used when the e-tickets are distributed individually. You can easily assign and forward tickets separately.
In the section ‘Reseller selects payment method’, choose either true or false.
- True means the customer can choose from the current payment methods selected for the event.
- False means that the payment can be made by bank transfer.
- Invoice payment due date (Is stated on the invoice)
- Invoice cancellation date. This is the date on which the products are released. The advice is to set this up one week later. Invoice payment date - to ensure that payments can still be processed)
A saved invoice can be downloaded in.PDF format in the Backoffice