In the automated invoice run, invoices are not created. What could be the reason for this?
One possible reason for this behavior is missing tax configurations.
Invoices can only be generated via the automated invoice run if all amounts to be charged can also be assigned to a respective tax configuration.
In concrete terms this means, for example, that for a tariff for which monthly basic fees or set-up costs (activation fee) are also configured, an individual tax configuration must exist for each of these, or at least a tax configuration without a tax scope (Ignore tax scope).
The following example will illustrate this.
You have configured an EMP sales rate (here Tarif X). For this rate you have added both an activation fee (Initial activation fee) and a monthly basic fee (Flat fee).
Thus, this tariff includes 3 areas of application (tax scopes): Energy delivery (for the charging processes), Setup costs for authentication media (for the activation fee) and monthly costs for authentication media (for the monthly basic fee/Flat fee). For each of these tax scopes, there is a need to create a tax configuration.
*Or a general tax configuration which ignores the tax scopes and therefore applies to all areas.
Example for end customer invoicing (B2C)
Example of company invoicing (B2B with reverse charge)
Example of general tax configuration
Please note that the most precise configuration (before a less concretely defined configuration) always takes effect in the tax configuration (just as you may know from the tariff management).
If you want to learn more about configuring tax rates, please see this article.
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