When entering data as tax inclusive in CASH PURCHASES BATCH (contra account: PETTY CASH), after posting it, the entry amount turns out wrong.

For example, entering $110 tax inclusive and after posting, $100 is allocated to the expense account, $10 to the tax account, but the amount entry shown is $111 instead of $110.

I have seen this problem reported as a bug in my search.

If this really  is a bug, it would affect TC to a point  that, in my opinion, it would make TC unusable.

Or, I am I doing something wrong? Please help.

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Hi Maksud

Which version are you running?

Hi Al,

I am using OsFinancials version 4.0.0. w 969. Which I thought is same as Turbo Cash. But now I am really confused because I have just noticed that TC 4 has been recently updated  (on 24 Jan 2017) and I am sure I had used TC5 before.

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