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    Lacey Palumbo

    3 questions - 1. if I’m adding 8 items to my inventory, do I put how much all 8 cost me in business costs or am I putting the individual costs in business costs?
    2. Do I include taxes paid in that same section?
    3. Same with selling price…if I added 8 items to that product’s inventory & I typically sell each item for double what I paid, do I double all 8 items or is this meant to show cost & price of each individual?

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    Jamie Bennett

    Hey Lala, for taxes you paid when purchasing the product, enter that amount in Business Cost. For taxes that you want to charge the customer, apply that in the Tax field. 

    Thank you,

    Jamie

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    Alma Vizzerra

    Hi I'm confused about importing an excel sheet for products. You said I can find the example excel sheet in inventory management but i cannot find it. I emailed it to the vagaro@support.com anyway and my email got blocked. Any advice would help as i dont want to manually add in hundreds of products if i dont have to. Thank you!

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    Jamie Bennett

    Hi Alma, the Excel sheet may not be displayed because you already have products in your inventory. However, we're more than happy to help. I looked into your account and noticed that you already have an import request with us. A specialist has contacted you back and is waiting for a response. Please check your email or spam folder for an email from us. 

    If you can't find the email, please email support@vagaro.com with your product list, and we'll help transfer that information. 

    Feel free to comment here again if you have any questions,

    Jamie

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    Kimberly Banow

    Hi, Lacey!

    1. The business cost specifies how much it costs you to sell one item to your customer. For example, if you paid $5 for a bottle of shampoo and then sold it to your customer for $10, then your business cost for the one item is $5. The Quantity field only states how many of that product you have in stock.

    2. If you are required to charge tax on an item, you can select the applicable one(s) from the Tax drop-down list. Go to the Taxes and Fees screen to set up your taxes, which will then appear in that drop-down list.

    3. If you are adding 8 items to your inventory, only enter how much it costs for one item. The quantity is only for your reporting so you know how much of that item you have in stock.

    Hope that helps!

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    LaLa Barr

    I'm so confused.. I don't use drop shipping, I'm just trying to add hair products that I sell in-house for retail. In the "tax" field.. do I add taxes if I paid taxes purchasing the products (which I dont for my retail products) or is that meaning if I want it to charge the customer tax when they purchase the product from me (which I want so I can pay quarterly taxes)

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