VAT Credit Note for GCC template excel is an example, which is use to issue VAT compliant credit note to your customers.
As per the accounting rules, a credit note is a document then supplier issues in case of overbilling or return of goods against a particular invoice.
Thus, all businesses processes and accounting systems have to be VAT compliant.
Goods return or reductions in billing decrease the VAT liability of a business. This is because the goods or services supply have reduce by that amount.
We have create a simple and ready to use excel template of VAT Credit note with predefine formula.
Users from six GCC countries; Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE can use this template.
Just select your desire country and it will automatically change the currency according to your select country.
This template can be useful to retailers, wholesalers, accountants, freelancers, accounts assistants.
When you select your country, the system will automatically change relevant currency in the template. You don’t have to change it manually.
Contents of VAT Credit Note Template
There are two sheets in this template:
- VAT Credit Note
- Customer Sheet
It contains the following columns for details of customers:
- Email address
- Customer ID
- VAT number
VAT Credit Note Template
The Template consists of 4 sections:
- Header Section
- Customer Details Section
- Product Details Section
- Other Details Section
1. Header Section
The Header section consists of the company logo, company name, address, company’s VAT number and heading as “Credit Note”.
2. Customer Details Section
So, Data validation creates the drop-down list from which you can select the customer name. Other customer details will be automatically updated in customer section with the help of VLOOKUP.
In addition to the above, the customer details section consists of the Credit note number, Credit Note date, and Invoice Number against which the Credit note is issued.
3. Product Details Section
Moreover, A user needs to enter the details of products returned, their unit price etc.
The total invoice amount is calculated using the below formula:
Quantity X Unit Price = Amount.
Furthermore, there is a subtotal line below the amounts which makes the total of above line using the SUM Function.
4. Other Details Section
Other details section consists the VAT computations, Total Invoice Amount, Amount in Words and Terms & Conditions.
Apart from that, this section contains the Thank You greeting, Company seal and Authorized Signatory
So, The VAT computations have been configured with redefined formulas. Thus, it will automatically calculate the VAT amount on the total amount of the bill.
Amount = Subtotal Amount X VAT Percentage.