In certain countries in the EU we need to mention certain information on our invoices according to the type of vat we add.
For example: We have 21% vat, 6% vat, co-contractor and intra-community supply.
So with 21% nothing needs to be added, but when we choose 6% we need to mention on the invoice:
VAT rate: In the absence of a written objection within one month from the receipt of the invoice, the customer is deemed to acknowledge that (1) the works are performed on a dwelling whose initial occupancy occurred in a calendar year at least ten years prior to the date of the first invoice related to those works, (2) the dwelling, after the execution of those works, is used exclusively or predominantly as a private residence, and (3) the works are provided and invoiced to an end consumer. If at least one of these conditions is not met, the standard VAT rate of 21% will apply, and the purchaser is liable for the payment of the applicable tax, interest, and penalties regarding these conditions.
For co-contractor we need to add:
Transfer of tax liability: In the absence of a written objection within one month after receiving the invoice, the purchaser is deemed to acknowledge that they are a taxable person obligated to submit periodic returns. If this condition is not fulfilled, the purchaser is liable for the payment of the applicable tax, interest, and penalties regarding this condition.
In case of intra-community supply:
Invoice exempt from VAT pursuant to Article 39bis of the VAT Code.
At this moment I can add my invoice terms (Settings > Company > Default > Invoice terms) , but they are always the same on every invoice. Nothing wrong with that. But the additional information above had to be added to the invoice according to the vat type I select.
Is there a way to do this that I overlooked? Or a solution that might help?
It would be very much appreciated.