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I'm sort of lost on parts of this discussion.

Part A (tax bases only) categorises the tax bases in Part B (where the tax code will finally indicate the tax due by tax rate).

The total of the exVAT bases in Part A is equal to the sum of the exVAT base by tax rate in Part B.

It is quite inexact to simplify saying, for example, that line 01 (code 0979) in Part A is equal to the sum of any lines in Part B.

In fact, the operations in Part B need to simply specify their Part B tax code base and tax code, as well as the Part A categorie such as sales revenue (0979), other imposable operations (0981) et cetera.

Take an example of a subcontractor with 'autoliquidation' for 10K€ @20%VAT:

Part A
Line 02: 10.000

Part B     base : due tax
Line 08: 10.000 : 2.000

deductible TVA
Line 20:  2.000

This was seemingly easy to configure in the taxes by adding a tax 'TVA Achat de services Taux Normal (autoliquidation)' with a child 'TVA Achat de services Taux 20% (autoliquidation)'
which has itself two children:
'TVA Achat de services Taux 20% (1)' having
base code: 0981
 tax code: 0702
'TVA Achat de services Taux 20% (2)' having
base code: 0207
 tax code: 0207  tax sign inverted

but doing this, I realised there is not only the lack of cash-basis support where I found a discussion topic to elaborate further, but also thorny issues on the credit note side.

Unfortunately, as I mentioned there, there are complications not very easily dealt with so I tend to side with Cédric that tax reporting is not providing satisfactory results and, further, I believe it should be able to disactivate it, at least for now, on a company basis.. 
Thus leaving only the accounting moves for manual processing.
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