Issue 11870

Title
Add new UK identifier type
Priority
feature
Status
testing
Nosy list
bernatnan, ced
Assigned to
bernatnan
Keywords
review

Created on 2022-11-08.14:55:21 by bernatnan, last changed 3 weeks ago by ced.

Messages

Author: [hidden] (ced) Tryton committer Tryton translator
Date: 2022-11-11.12:55:53

Can you provide documentation about that? The documentation does not talk about invoice but only on tax return.

Author: [hidden] (bernatnan)
Date: 2022-11-11.11:27:20

But, normally, I suppose, the company that use the VAT will not use the UTR and vice versa. And you need, in both cases, that the identifier appear in the invoice report.

Author: [hidden] (ced) Tryton committer Tryton translator
Date: 2022-11-11.11:03:05

I'm not sure we should add it as tax identifier. The main problem for me is that it could be used instead of the VAT which is normally the one that is needed on the invoice.

Author: [hidden] (bernatnan)
Date: 2022-11-08.15:31:02

Since v1.14.

Author: [hidden] (ced) Tryton committer Tryton translator
Date: 2022-11-08.15:04:13

Since which version of python-stdnum?

Author: [hidden] (bernatnan)
Date: 2022-11-08.14:56:15
Author: [hidden] (bernatnan)
Date: 2022-11-08.14:55:21

In UK have a special identifier called UTR. This identifier is defined in "stdnum":

UTR (United Kingdom Unique Taxpayer Reference).
A UTR (unique taxpayer reference) is a 10 digit number used to identify UK taxpayers who have to submit a tax return.

For some of our clients need to have it.

History
Date User Action Args
2022-11-11 12:55:53cedsetmessages: + msg80023
2022-11-11 11:27:20bernatnansetmessages: + msg80022
2022-11-11 11:03:05cedsetmessages: + msg80021
2022-11-11 11:00:20cedsetassignedto: bernatnan
status: chatting -> testing
2022-11-08 15:31:02bernatnansetmessages: + msg79975
2022-11-08 15:04:13cedsetmessages: + msg79974
nosy: + ced
status: unread -> chatting
2022-11-08 14:56:15bernatnansetmessages: + msg79973
2022-11-08 14:55:21bernatnancreate

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