Add a Sales Tax - Web Version

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    Ray Owens

    Interesting work.

    Would be nice to see a function on the CHECK-OUT that removes the tax.  In Ohio, if a doctor has written a massage for therapeutic massage, we don't have to charge sales tax.

    The way we've had to set this up is to have two versions of the same service.  One taxable and one without tax.  Then we have to remember to pick the correct one upon checkout.  *Then* we have to change the service at checkout to exclude the sale tax.

    The ultimate would be to have a "taxable for services (Y/N)" function within the client information.  If that client checks out, any applicable sales tax wouldn't be charged.

    Just a thought.  :)

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    Jill Ventimiglia

    I feel the same way as above comment. I need to be able to turn the tax on and off at check out. Because I have clients who order product from my website  out of state. So my out of state clients don't pay sales tax. It is such a hassle going into inventory to turn off tax then check out then go back into inventory and turn it back on again. Would be so much easier if there was a check box at check out.

     

    Jill :D

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    Manna Antonenko

    Can 2 taxes be added to the same product/service?  In BC, Canada, I must charge 2 separate taxes (GST & PST) and they must be displayed separately on the invoice.

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    Liz Baron

    I am a stylist and i include tax in my cost. I want to track the tax i just dont want it to affect the checkout

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    Miranda B

    Hi Liz,

    Please contact our Support Team so they can assist you with this further. You can reach them at (925)464-1932 Ext 2. We look forward to speaking with you!

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    Caroline Crochet

    We are in British Columbia and have two sales taxes GST 5% and PST 7%. Services are charged just GST. But products have to have both GST and PST. They both need to be displayed separately on receipts/invoices and reported separately. Is there a way to select both taxes, rather than creating a third tax at 12%?

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    Donna J

    Hi Caroline... I have sent this over to the International rollout team. Please consider also entering a feature request for this.

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