Your event has ended, and you'd like to get a financial breakdown of your event and grab your tax invoice, if you're VAT registered.
Note that the tax invoice in your event dashboard is for VAT purposes only and is not to be paid manually; Quicket will automatically deduct our commission and fees from your event payout. If you are collecting funds directly into your own merchant account, Quicket invoice you by email for fees at the end of your event.
Start off by logging into your Quicket account and go to My Events and Manage Events. Click on your event, and in your dashboard head to Reports.
From Reports, choose Event summary. This will open a new tab in your browser to view your summary. Note that your event summary is also sent to you via email when we action your event payout.
Your event summary gives you a breakdown of your ticket sales, including how many of each ticket type was sold and the funds you turned from those tickets.
You'll also see any fees that were charged to you by Quicket. This will include commission and booking fees (if you chose to absorb the booking fees for your guests) as well any event extras you may have accumulated, such as equipment hire or printed tickets.
If you're VAT registered, then you can claim back VAT on your ticket sales. In order to do this, you'll need to fill in your VAT registration number in your event dashboard by going to Event Page and then Edit details.
Scroll down to Host information, and enter your VAT number in the space provided.
Be sure to click Save at the bottom of the page. Once you've done this, you can fetch your tax invoice by going to Reports and choosing Tax invoice.
This will list the information that you entered under Host information as well as the VAT that was charged on Quicket's commission. VAT charged to you on any extras, such as hired equipment, will also be listed here.
Note that both the event summary and the tax invoice will also be emailed to you when your event payout is actioned within 3 working days of your event ending.