Ah! So you found the combination of customers with their tax-applicable
checkmarks in combination with goods and their applicable checkmarks, to
find that the tax being calculated is the intersection of the two?
On Tue, Feb 22, 2022 at 11:05 PM Mathew Cox <edmondshire(a)live.com> wrote:
Just delete this. I had my ah-ha moment and figured
*From:* Mathew Cox <edmondshire(a)LIVE.COM>
*Sent:* Tuesday, February 22, 2022 2:01 PM
*To:* users(a)lists.ledgersmb.org <users(a)lists.ledgersmb.org>
*Subject:* [ledgersmb-users] Taxes
Question; my business is one where we go to different areas and provide
service to customers. Each county has a different sales tax rate and the
cities within each county also can have a different sales tax rate as
well. Total there are 13 entities with different sales tax rates that my
customer base resides within.
Setting the default sales tax rate doesn't really fit since there isn't a
single tax as I'm not brick and mortar.
The only solution I've worked out in my head is to add each of these
entities in the chart of accounts as a liability, manually add a percentage
to an invoice, and then use a journal entry to manually transfer the
appropriate amount of tax to the appropriate entity in the chart of
Is there a better way to do this?
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