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Re: Modification requests
- Subject: Re: Modification requests
- From: o1bigtenor <..hidden..>
- Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2017 12:26:17 -0600
On Wed, Jan 11, 2017 at 11:52 AM, Yves Lavoie, GaYLi
> Hi Dee,
> Sales taxes have their definition in System > Taxes, where you can
> represent them properly. Here's my example for Québec.
> Rate (%) Min Taxable Number Valid To Ordering Tax Rules
> HST - Nova Scotia 15.000 0 ? 1 Simple
> HST - Ontario 13.000 0 ? 1 Simple
> TPS 6.000 0 ? 2007-12-31 1 Simple
> 5.000 0 ? 1 Simple
> TVQ 7.950 0 ? 2007-12-31 1 Simple
> 7.875 0 ? 2010-12-31 1 Simple
> 8.925 0 ? 2011-12-31 1 Simple
> 9.975 0 ? 1 Simple
> Province and Federal rules on the applicability of said taxes, usually
> here by vendor/customer, and we support that in their entity definition,
> just click there which taxes are applicable for each vendor or customer.
> I have seen cases where the number of items influence the tax
> applicability, pastries, for example are taxable in Québec when you buy
> less than 6. We do not support that, yet we may in the future. I will
> issue on tax applicability by the number of items. Meanwhile, you can
> define different items and taxes to reflect grouping effect and comply
> with you specific province regulations.
It gets even more interesting than that.
Here I would options that go like this:
1. 0% rated GST and PST
2. 5% GST and 0% PST
3. 0% GST and 8% PST (mostly insurance products but not limited to that)
4. 5% GST and 8% PST (the most common)
5. 5% GST and 1.?% PST for some thing (not remembering what)
what gets more interesting is that for certain products beneath quantity x
(which varies by product) tax is applicable and over it becomes 0% rated.
This can make things interesting depending on which way your transaction
is going. Then it depends if a product is shipped in from another province
or not, when selling am I selling in province or out of province - - - those
questions are re: PST (GST is more pervasive).
With all this I remember shaking my head at the tax levels in Germany.
There was a low tax (2-3% or so) then there was was 7/8% one and then
there was a 19% tax rate never did get an understanding as to the details!
Taxation regulations are, IMO, some of the most convoluted masses of
verbiage I have ever encountered.
Handling this possible variability is something that I'm really not sure
how to define in lsmb's tax tables. Any ideas?
Thanking you for your assistance and consideration.
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