How does Tryton handles withholding taxes

Hey guys, I hope everybody is doing OK.

I would like to know how can I set withholding taxes on Tryton ERP.

The thing is that when I configure normal taxes the amount is added to the base amount as it should be, when taxes are not included in the product price. However, withholding taxes work different as it is deduced from the base amount.

Can you guys help me with some clarification on this?

As always thanks for all great work.

Could you provide an example of such tax?

hey @ced, thank you for your reply.

Here is the definition

For example, in Angola, some services incur to withholding taxes. If a total invoice is equal to 100€, and if the percentage of the withholding tax is 10%, the client will pay only 90€ plus the proof of the withholding tax which would be 10€.

Where do you have such tax on invoice?

Yep. But just when the invoice get paid.

Please provide a complete and concrete example. For me, you are not talking about invoice taxes.

This sound like the “Retención IRPF” taxes that we have in Spain. In our case we have a tax with a negative reate (-10% in your case). With this setup the client will only pay the 90€

hey @pokoli

This is exactly what I was planning to do. I was just not certain if negative tax rates were allowed. So I can see that it’s the right thing to do in this situation. If I configure the tax with negative rate, it will be what I’m look for.

Thank you all for your replies :wink: