How do I set up for tax inclusive pricing across Canada?

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pondball
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How do I set up for tax inclusive pricing across Canada?

Post by pondball » 25 Apr 2011 04:19

we sell the same product to all provinces and want to do a single price on all invoicing... ie you pay $300 regardless of which province you are in... all invoicing = Tax included

I have set up tax codes in the widgets file for each of the different scenarios... HO = Ont @ 13%, HBC = BC @ 12%, HM = Maritimes @ 15%, G = GST only @ 5%...

when I make up an invoice and use G it works fine... and calculates Subtotal at $285.71 + HST at $14.29 for a Total of $300...

but when I use the HO code it gives me Subtotal at $285.71 + HST at $37.14 for a Total of $322.85...

the setup of the codes are all identical and the product is setup up for tax included...

pondball
Posts: 61
Joined: 03 May 2010 09:47
Product: Gold
Region: Canada
Location: Ontario
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Re: How do I set up for tax inclusive pricing across Canada?

Post by pondball » 25 Apr 2011 04:29

never mind.... played around a bit more... and found out that it will do a complete recalculation if you re-enter the quantity ordered again!

who'd a thunk!

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