Alison Posted January 15, 2019 Share Posted January 15, 2019 Our sales tax is 11.5%, and sometimes we include that in the price as a bargaining device. My problem is that I do not know how to reflect this in my loyverse system. Example: Tax included on $1 item, should show, by using rounded numbers, $.90+ $.10=$1.00. However, 1) If I choose the "tax included" toggle, the $.10 tax does not show on the receipt. 2) If I give an 11.5% discount and then charge the 11.5% tax, it gives me: $1.00-$.12 (discount) + $.10 (tax) = $.98 (total). Which I understand is because the discount is being figured on $1.00, while the tax is being figured on the $.88. I would like an automatic way to do this, but if there isn't, is the only way to do it is with a calculator on hand to figure: 1) 1.00 /1.115 = .90 2) 1.00 - .90 = .10 And then enter into loyverse: price $1.00 discount $ .10 tax added 11.5% equals $1.00 ??????????????????? thanks for any clarity you can add to this Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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