Or could you tell me how to modify the .scm file so that tax table rates "Input 18", "Output 18", "Input 28", "Output 28" etc are also looked up by name?

tried adding the names with the operator "and", but it just gives errors.

Spandan Sinha

On Thu, 10 Aug 2017 16:09:50 +0530, Spandan Sinha <spandan....@gmail.com> wrote:

We have mutiple slabs - 0%, 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%.
So i have to make all these tax tables...
excluding the 0%, there would be 4 tables for each slab - let's take 18% as an example - the slabs would be 9% INPUT, 9% OUTPUT, 18% INPUT and 18% OUTPUT.

here the 18% is divided between the Centre (CGST) and the State (SGST) for sales and purchases within the state,
and 18% is charged as Integrated GST (IGST) for inter-state transactions.

that comes to 16 tax tables.
Now most businesses would have only one or two OUTPUT rates, but there are bound to be multiple INPUT rates, as evident in the examples given:

just have a look at

now it would be more convenient if there was a provision that your report would take in account the tax tables that have the words Input and Output as part of the name.. What i mean to say is that "Input 12" or "Output 9" also be considered for the report.

I tried to install manager.io to see what it has to offer, but i need to first upgrade my Internet Explorer....it doesnt work on systems with IE 9 or below.

Following the project on Github, again thanks for all the hard work.

Spandan Sinha

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