In this article, let us share sample accounting journal entries related to final value added tax on sales to government in the Philippines. Let us use the sample data on sales to government and let us make some modifications as we go along to illustrate other rules. We disregarded the application of withholding tax on income payments to simplify illustrations and journal entries.
For the month of September 2012, A Corp. sold P1,000,000 worth of goods plus 12% VAT or P120,000 to Government Agency (GA). It likewise sold P2,000,000 plus 12% VAT or P240,000 to private buyers. Total purchases of goods and services of A Corp. from VAT-registered sellers totaled P1,500,000 plus 12% VAT or P180,000. Of such purchases, P500,000 plus 12% VAT or P60,000.00 is used in sales to government, P500,000 plus 12% VAT or P60,000.00 is used for sales to private buyers, and the other P500,000 plus 12% VAT or P60,000.00 is a common purchase.
Journal entry on the purchase with VAT
Journal entry on sales to government
Journal entry on sales to private buyers
Journal entry on collection from GA
Journal entry on collection from private buyers
Apportionment of input VAT
Input VAT of P60,000 for sales to private buyers is creditable against output VAT on sales to private, while P60,000 input VAT on common purchases should be allocated between sales to private buyers – P40,000.00 (P2M/P3M multiply by P60,000) and sales to government – P20,000.00 (P1M/P3M multiply by P60,000). Total input VAT on sales to government of P80,000 (P60,000 identified plus P20,000 apportioned) is closed to standard input VAT with the corresponding treatment of the difference. If no common purchase, no need to apportion.
Accounting entry on VAT payable
Closing accounting entries on sales to government in the Philippines
The total input VAT on sales to government of P80,000 exceeded the standard input VAT of P70,000 (P120,000 output VAT less P50,000 final withholding VAT) by P10,000.00 and is treated as input VAT expense or charged to cost. If in the sample computations of final VAT on sales to government above the total input VAT on sales to government is only P60,000, and not P80,000, then, here is the sample entry.
Under Section 4.114-2 of Revenue Regulations No. 16-2005, as amended by Revenue Regulations No. 4-2007, if the actual input VAT attributable to sale to government is less than 7% (standard input VAT) of gross payment, the difference must be closed to expense or cost. This would mean a reduction of expense or cost, or in simple application, other income.
Finally, we intended not to include the application for withholding tax on the above in order to simplify and concentrate on final value added tax on sales to government in the Philippines. Should you wish to learn more about withholding tax implications, please read more on…Features of Withholding Taxes in the Philippines, and Accounting for Withholding Taxes in the Philippines.
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