BOE-0080: For this client, booking on a revenue account for the EU is not allowed.
(translation: Voor deze klant is boeken op een omzetrekening voor EU niet toegestaan.
The information received by the integration isn't being accepted by SnelStart.
For SnelStart, some knowledge is needed to understand how to get the integration working correctly. Take a look at this screenshot first:
In SnelStart, a correct VAT number must be entered in order to link an invoice to this debtor. And to be able to create an invoice for a customer abroad, SnelStart assumes the following: https://kennisplein.snelstart.nl/klanten/s/article/een-factuur-zonder-btw-voor-een-klant-in-het-buitenland
It is therefore important to provide complete information in the source package. Use this website to check VAT numbers of customers: https://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/vies/vatResponse.html
General Ledger Accounts
Revenue generated from sales to customers abroad is booked on separate general ledger accounts. The function of these general ledger accounts can determine whether or not VAT is charged. In addition, the country of the customer is important for VAT.
General Ledger Account 8070: Revenue goods within EU - Function 80 (category 3b)
General Ledger Account 8270: Revenue services within EU - Function 88 (category 3b)
General Ledger Account 8060: Revenue countries outside EU - Function 81 (category 3a)
In the integration
The above SnelStart configuration ensures that you get a VAT general ledger account in the integration, see screenshot:
Link your revenue accounts in the correct places in the integration. If the account does not appear yet even though you have created and saved it in SnelStart, refresh your browser.
Note: The general ledger accounts used in the screenshots are for example purposes only and may differ from your situation.