Tax Codes

Each Tax Code is set up with a default Purchase Tax Account and Sales Tax Account.

Please see below for a listing of the standard tax codes used within JCurve.

Tax Codes

ABNW ABN Witheld 49.00%
ADJ-AU GST Adjustment 0.00%
ADP-A GST Purchase Adjustment 0.00%
CPF-AU Purchases of capital items that are not subject to GST 0.00%
CPI-AU Purchase of capital items which are input taxed 0.00%
CPT-AU Purchases of capital items on which GST is charged 10.00%
EXPS-AU Export Supply 0.00%
ITS-AU Input Taxed Supply 0.00%
LCT-AU Sales of cars where sale value exceeds luxury threshold 25.00%
NA-AU Transactions which are not for the supply of goods or services (e.g. loans received or paid, dividends, etc) 0.00%
NCF-AU Purchases of non-capital items which are free of GST 0.00%
NCI-AU Purchases of non-capital items which are input taxed 0.00%
NCT-AU Purchases of non-capital items on which GST is paid 10.00%
PAYGW-AU Amounts withheld from Pay As You Go for employees who fail to provide a Tax File Number (TFN) -49.00%
TFS-AU Tax Free Supply 0.00%
TS-AU Taxable Supply 10.00%
UNDEF-AU Used when NetSuite cannot determine the appropriate tax code for a transaction 0.00%
WET-AU Equivalent to former Sales Tax charged on wholesale value wine sales 29.00%

To view the list of tax codes within JCurve, edit or create new tax codes, follow the below steps.

1. Go to Setup.

2. Click Accounting.

3. Select Tax Codes.

Note: You can view and edit any tax codes from this page.

4. You can create a new tax code using the New button.


1. If creating new tax codes, the Purchase Tax Account and Sales Tax Account will be pre-filled when selecting your “Tax Type. For the GST tax codes, this will be:

Purchase Tax Account – GST Paid (on Vendor Bills)

Sale Tax Account – GST Collected (on Customer Invoices)

2. The “Available on” field ensures that the Code only appears on sales or purchase transactions, despite the default tax account settings.


As transactions are posted, the GST accumulates in the “GST Paid” & “GST Collected” accounts on the Balance Sheet, based on the nature of the transaction, purchase or sale, despite what actual tax code was applied.

For example, if “NCT” was used on an invoice item (sales transition) it would accumulate in the “GST Collected” account, and thus appear on the Business Activity Statement (BAS) in the Sales related cells, not the purchase cells.

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