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Xero Tax Rates / Types

Updated: 05 September 2016 14:46:16 OpenCRM::Invoice OpenCRM::Xero Integration

The list below shows all Xero tax classes. You will need to map OpenCRM VAT rates to appropriate tax classes by editing the VAT Rate picklist (under invoices) and in the "Other" column, putting the Xero tax type value for the corresponding VAT percentage.

Please note that in OpenCRM to cater for both Zero rate and Exampt tax classes, these two tax classes are mapped as follows (using recommended Xero examples for UK). Below we also include our recommended mapping for standard UK systems. If you use custom tax classes in OpenCRM or custom vat rates in Xero, you will need to contact OpenCRM support for help in configuring this correctly. 

Tax Class VAT Rate Other (Xero Tax Type)
Exempt 0.00 EXEMPTOUTPUT
Zero Rate 0 ZERORATEDOUTPUT
Standard 20 OUTPUT2
Reduced Rate 5 RROUTPUT

Xero Tax Codes

United Kingdom

TAX TYPE RATE NAME
CAPEXINPUT 17.50 17.5% (VAT on Capital Purchases)
CAPEXINPUT2 20 20% (VAT on Capital Purchases)
CAPEXOUTPUT 17.50 17.5% (VAT on Capital Sales)
CAPEXOUTPUT2 20 20% (VAT on Capital Sales)
CAPEXSRINPUT 15 15% (VAT on Capital Purchases)
CAPEXSROUTPUT 15 15% (VAT on Capital Sales)
ECZRINPUT 0.00 Zero Rated EC Expenses
ECZROUTPUT 0.00 Zero Rated EC Goods Income
ECZROUTPUTSERVICES 0.00 Zero Rated EC Services
EXEMPTINPUT 0.00 Exempt Expenses
EXEMPTOUTPUT 0.00 Exempt Income
GSTONIMPORTS 0.00 VAT on Imports
INPUT2 20.00 20% (VAT on Expenses)
NONE 0.00 No VAT
OUTPUT2 20.0 20% (VAT on Income)
RRINPUT 5.00 5% (VAT on Expenses)
RROUTPUT 5.00 5% (VAT on Income)
SRINPUT 15.00 15% (VAT on Expenses)
SROUTPUT 15.00 15% (VAT on Income)
ZERORATEDINPUT 0.00 Zero Rated Expenses
ZERORATEDOUTPUT 0.00 Zero Rated Income

Australia

TAX TYPE RATE NAME
OUTPUT 10.00 GST on Income
INPUT 10.00 GST on Expenses
CAPEXINPUT 10.00 GST on Capital
EXEMPTEXPORT 0.00 GST Free Exports
EXEMPTEXPENSES 0.00 GST Free Expenses
EXEMPTCAPITAL 0.00 GST Free Capital
EXEMPTOUTPUT 0.00 GST Free Income
INPUTTAXED 0.00 Input Taxed
BASEXCLUDED 0.00 BAS Excluded
GSTONCAPIMPORTS 0.00 GST on Capital Imports
GSTONIMPORTS 0.00 GST on Imports

Global

TAX TYPE RATE NAME
INPUT 0.00 Tax on Purchases
NONE 0.00 Tax Exempt
OUTPUT 0.00 Tax on Sales
GSTONIMPORTS 0.00 Sales Tax on Imports

New Zealand

TAX TYPE RATE NAME
INPUT2 15.00 GST on Expenses
NONE 0.00 No GST
ZERORATED 0.00 Zero Rated
OUTPUT2 15.00 GST on Income
GSTONIMPORTS 0.00 GST on Imports

United States

TAX TYPE RATE NAME
INPUT 9.2500 Tax on Purchases
NONE 0.00 Tax Exempt
OUTPUT 9.2500 Tax on Sales
GSTONIMPORTS 0.00 Sales Tax on Imports

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