I have inventory items with different salestax percentages. For example item A = 6%, item B = 9% and item C = 0%. How do I have to do the setup that in Sales Order Processing the correct salestax is calculated??
I think you would need to mark the item as taxable on the Item Maintenance window and then attach a specific tax schedule to that item.
Leslie Vail, CPA, MVP, MCT, MCITP, MCP, MCITSASCI, Inc. * PO Box 600965 * Dallas, TX 75360 * 972-814-8550 * firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks Leslie. I did it already, but in Customer Maintenance I only can enter 1 Tax Schedule ID. My customer has more than 2500 SKU's. The correct tax amount per SKU has to be calculated on the invoice. It's impossible to do for an order entry clerk.
GP does a compare between the tax details assigned to the schedule on the customer and the tax details assigned to the schedule on the item. You would need to have all the details for the items in the schedule that is assigned to the customer. Then it will only charge the tax details that exist in both.
Thanks Melissa! I found why it didn't work. I used the Fabrikam Company for testing. The Shipping Address ID of the customer I used, had a different Tax Schedule ID (not assigned to the customer) assigned as the Primary Address ID.
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