Changeset - 78e68f0bd97a
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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 8 years ago 2013-05-10 21:33:23
bkuhn@ebb.org
W2 is also a valid tag value for TaxImplication: tag.
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accounts/config/config-tags.ledger
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@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ tag Program
 

	
 
tag Entity
 
    assert value =~ /[ A-z0-9\-]+(:[ A-z0-9\-]+)*/
 

	
 

	
 
tag TaxImplication
 
    assert value =~ /1099|Accountant-Advises-No-1099|Bank-Transfer|Foreign-Corporation|Foreign-Individual-Contractor|Payroll|Refund|Reimbursement|Tax-Payment|USA-501c3|USA-Corporation|USA-LLC-No-1099/
 
    assert value =~ /^W2|1099|Accountant-Advises-No-1099|Bank-Transfer|Foreign-Corporation|Foreign-Individual-Contractor|Payroll|Refund|Reimbursement|Tax-Payment|USA-501c3|USA-Corporation|USA-LLC-No-1099$/
npo-ledger-cli-tutorial.md
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@@ -305,20 +305,23 @@ Form 990 filing.
 

	
 
The `TaxImplication:` tag is used for all `Asset:` accounts when the
 
transaction includes a payment of $10.00 or more leaving the account.  This
 
tag catalogs any tax implications that might occur on outgoing funds.
 

	
 
The most important USA-related issue tracked by this tag are contractors who
 
must have annual 1099 issued.  An [`Entity:` tag](entity-tag) should always
 
must have annual 1099 and/or W2 issued.  An [`Entity:` tag](entity-tag) should always
 
go along with a TaxImplication tag.
 

	
 
The possible values for this field are:
 

	
 
* `1099`, indicating the amount paid requires issuance of a USA Federal Form
 
  1099 for the `Entity` involved.
 

	
 
* `W2`, indicating the amount paid will be part of a USA Federal Form W2
 
  report for the `Entity` involved.
 
  
 
* `Accountant-Advises-No-1099`, indicating that the circumstances and rules
 
  seem to indicate a USA Federal Form 1099 should be issued for the `Entity`
 
  involved, but an outside accountant advised that no 1099 need be issues for
 
  this `Entity`.
 

	
 
* `Bank-Transfer`, indicating that the amount is a transfer between two
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