# ARTAX File Listing (ARTAX.R1)
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The ARTAX.R1 procedure is used to print a listing of all detail sales tax register transactions for a period. This report can be run either in detail or summary, for all or selected sales tax codes.
Frequency of Use
This report should be run as a period end audit report of the transactions which will be reported to the appropriate sales tax collection authority. It can be run as required to audit progress through the period.
Tax Code The sales tax code to which the amount has been posted.
Cust Number The number of the customer on the AR record which created this sales tax entry.
Cust Name The name of the customer as read from the CUST file.
AR ID The record ID of the AR item which created this entry.
Record Date The date of the AR item.
ARTAX ID The record id which was sequentially assigned to this detail record in the ARTAX file.
ARTAX Date The date on which the ARTAX record was created. This should normally be the same as the AR record date. It will only differ if records have been manually altered using ARTAX.E .
ARTAX Amount The amount of sales tax collected for the associated sales tax code and AR item.
Post Date The date which the ARTAX.P1 procedure was run to flag ARTAX records as posted. This is important when you are allowing AR items to be posted into a prior period and you wish to know the exact sales tax figures of those postings.
Total Invoice This field contains the taxable amount of the invoice. For example, if the invoice amount is for 100.00 but 90.00 was taxable, 90.00 will appear in this field. If more than one ARTAX.ID has been generated for the same invoice and the same tax code in the date range selected, the taxable amount will only be included once. However, if multiple ARTAX records have been generated for the same invoice against different tax codes, the invoice or taxable amount will be reported against each tax code. For example, if two tax codes - CA and LA - were posted against an invoice with a taxable amount of 90.00, the 90.00 would show in this column for tax code CA and in this column for tax code LA.