What does the different entertainment types mean?
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In the settings for entertainment expense, there are different types of entertainment to choose between. Mark the box next to the type you want the user to be able to choose. The system will calculate the cost that you can deduct automatically.
Lunch and Dinner: There are two different types here. The system will automatically calculate what is deductible based on the users expense. Only VAT is deductible for lunch and dinner. In the infotext below, we list the calculation per template.
Food and non-alcoholic drinks: A representative lunch that includes food and non-alcoholic drinks, you may deduct the VAT of 12% with 36 SEK per person if the cost is 300 SEK excluding VAT or more.
Food and alcohol: In the case of representation where both food and alcohol have been included, the VAT deduction is increased to 46 SEK per person for VAT of 25% if the cost is 300 SEK excluding VAT or more.
Refreshments: In a representation with refreshments (buns, soda, sandwich, simple snacks), the deduction applies up to 60 SEK per person. For higher amounts then 60, the deduction is 0 SEK. VAT of 12% may be deducted up to SEK 300 excluding VAT per person.
Others: In the case of a representation that includes other things (tickets, equipment, green fee) the deduction is based on 180 SEK excluding VAT of 25% per person.
Findity makes a calculation both on template and proportional basis and always chooses what is most beneficial for the organization.