Dynamics NAV GST
Goods and Service Tax (GST) will be applicable at the national level. It is the consumption-based tax levied on sales, manufacture, and consumption of goods and the services. This tax will act as a substitute for all indirect tax levied by the government. Dynamics NAV GST patch has been released and is a part of the cumulative update 17 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
1. Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 (IN version)
2. Cumulative Update 17 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 IN
- Download the Cumulative Update 17 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV IN (CU 17 NAV 2016 IN.zip).
- Unzip the folder.
- Take the SQL backup of the complete Navision 2016 database to ensure that nothing is lost after the Cumulative update 17 which includes GST patch has been installed.
- The cumulative update adds files that are separated into the given folders i.e. ‘APPLICATION’ and ‘DVD’.
- And the Application folder includes the following files:
To install application files, follow the below steps:
- Unmodified databases:
Import the CUObjects.fob file (highlighted in Fig) into unmodified Microsoft Dynamics NAV database and replace the existing objects in the database with the cumulative update objects.
2. Modified databases:
Import the CUObjects.fob file (highlighted in Fig) into the modified database. Replace the objects in a database that have not been modified.
Compare and merge a cumulative object with the objects in the database that have been improved.
If the table in the cumulative update has the new field and the same table in your database has been modified, use Merge: Existing<-New or the Merge: New<-Existing options to import new fields.
- All objects in the database have to be compiled after the import process has been completed.
- Now in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV desktop client and web client, Dynamics NAV GST patch will be available under the Financial Management Department.
Using the above-mentioned steps, Dynamics NAV GST can be installed in Microsoft Dynamics.
Goods outside Gamut of GST
- Petroleum products and Alcohol for human consumption are proposed to be kept out of the purview of GST. Petroleum products will be brought into the GST network at a later stage.
- Central Excise duty will continue on petroleum products. States will continue to impose the sales tax on sale within the state on petroleum products and alcohol for human consumption.
- Tobacco products will be subject to Excise duty along with GST.
Features that are included in this Release
- The following features were released as Out of the band after CU 27, these are included in CU 30
- GST in Journals
- Vendor supplies goods/service from multiple Locations each having separate GST Registration for documents
- Services from Unregistered Vendor
- Advance Payment Exempted for GST Group Type Goods modifications
- GST to be calculated based on the State code of Place of Supply in Documents
- IGST should be calculated for Registered Vendors only in Documents
- Adjust GST credit for written off inventory
- Location Code is mandatory for advance and normal payments
- Additional features that are included in CU 30
- GST to be calculated based on the State code of Place of Supply in Journals
- IGST should be calculated for Registered Vendors only in Journals
- Separate Nos. Series for posted Reverse Charge Invoices for Registered Vendors
- Vendor supplies goods/service from multiple Locations each having separate GST Registration for Journals
- TDS be deducted in Payment if it is not deducted in Invoice