I’m sure all of you have figured this out already, because everyone pays taxes, but I haven’t yet.
So I have couple of questions regarding taxes:
I followed the instruction of “How to Configure Multiple Taxes” (ps. the graphic were working before, but now they are not). and my taxes are showing up in the bottom of the bill. But my total does not reflect Ticket Total + Tax Total only showing Ticket Total. What format do I need to use to show the Grand Total (including taxes, less saving…etc.)
In some cases you get some customers with a Tax Exempt certificate (schools, charity…) how to configure a button for Tax Exempt?
At the end, thanks to this community for its support, you guys are great and there are a lots of great discussion.
If you’ve enabled Tax Included setting on Ticket Type sambapos will assume tax is already included in prices. SambaPOS supports a lot of local taxing schemes so if you can give more details about your need or a screenshot we can find a better answer for you.
Local rules are different so I have to ask if you need to remove tax as if no tax added or if you want to deduct tax from ticket amount (with additional account transaction) and store deductions under “tax deductions” account?
Thanks @emre, actually the tutorial you included is the oneI used to configure my taxes but they are not correct.
So to be specific, we have here in USA 2 taxes, one is a sales tax of 7.75% and the other is prepared food tax of 2% a total of 9.75%, Our order total does not include taxes. So we have to add taxes to the order ticket to get Total ticket or Amount to be paid.
I followed the instruction and created 2 account of 7.75% and 2/% as stated…to the end
When printing a ticket I get (for example)
When a customer purchase any food item or drink, the tax is not included. By law we have to add tax and that tax will depends on the State and city. So every place has its own taxes. So the final customer bill will be a total of food cost + added taxes.
Now if special group visit our restaurant such as schools kids or charity and they have tax exempt certificate, then we have to remove those added taxes or don’t add tax to their food. One way to do this is to create a button called “tax exempt” that will deduct the added taxes.
In the following example, we will have a button that will deduct the $0.90 off