How to fine tune purchase use tax posting to GL accounts

Hello, we are setting up purchase use tax in US localized version of BC. We have completed the set up according MS documentation.
When creating a purchase invoice, BC will calculate the correct accrual amount for the use tax, and will post to the defined GL account for this accrual. However, the other side of this entry is then posting to the purchase order line G/L Account (such as office supplies). Our finance team would rather this go to sales tax expense instead. So something like this

Purchase office supplies 100.00 from vendor

Current set up via BC:
G/L distribution
Amt owed vendor 100.00-
Office supplies 100.00
Sales tax accrual 7.00-
Office Supplies 7.00

They would prefer this type of set up.
G/L distribution
Amt owed vendor 100.00-
Office supplies 100.00
Sales tax accrual 7.00-
Sales tax expense 7.00

Is this possible? Thanks in advance!

To set up your Business Central to post use tax accrual to a sales tax expense account instead of the purchase line G/L account, follow these steps:

  1. Create a sales tax expense account in the Chart of Accounts, for example, G/L Account 6210.
  2. Go to General Posting Setup.
  3. Find the relevant General Business Posting Group and General Product Posting Group combination.
  4. Set Purchase VAT Account to the sales tax expense account (G/L Account 6210).
  5. Create a test purchase invoice to verify that the use tax posts to the sales tax expense account.

Example setup for General Posting Setup:

General Business Posting Group: DOMESTIC General Product Posting Group: OFFICE SUPPLIES Purchase VAT Account: 6210

This setup will ensure:

Amt owed vendor: 100.00- Office supplies: 100.00 Sales tax accrual: 7.00- Sales tax expense: 7.00

This configuration directs the use tax to the sales tax expense account as desired.