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I have the following question, in my country. The tax-governing entity, telecommunications companies and restaurants have an additional exclusive tax plus the tax set by the government.
For example: A phone bill, if I want to register to pay that provider, would be as follows:
- Phone expense - $1,100 | ISC – $15 | CDT - $36 - - Tax - $198.00- Total payable - $1,349.00
Note: ISC, CDT and Legal Tip, must be typed. If it is exaggerated by a percentage, but many times, the percentage is not right for the invoice. So it's better to type in the amount. and add it to the Subtotal.
What I wish is that you can explain to me how I can get to this reality in a line if this is possible. Because I can do it by creating 3 lines and the last 2 lines that would be the ISC and the CDT are tax-free because in yes with tax. I created 2 fields on the purchase line. But when I look at the preview, I don't have THE ISC and CDT taxes.
If I entered an Invoice and had multiple rows I can define each GL Account as Taxable and Non-Taxable Group Codes, will process the Invoice correctly what is taxable and non-taxable. I do not have an MX version to play with an my version is US.
Hope this helps.
Thank you for your response, I try to do it where you indicated, there is a detail with this. The amount placed in Direct Cost is the only amount that must be taxed. Other fields must be added to the cost but without affecting the tax.
Thanks for answer!
Ugh! This is more likely the MX Version which breaks out the tax portions. Do you have a Partner you can call for assistance?
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