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Re: wrong total

One more point about sales tax based on shipto address.

Unfortunately, we have not been able to build such a structure yet.
However, the modular sales tax structure of 1.2.x (new) should allow
us to add specific rules as necessary.  Specific local laws can thus
be supported  with relative ease.

The big hurdle to getting a shipto sales tax module is in the
interface design.  I don't really know what all the requirements are
yet, and those requirements are likely to vary from one place to
another.  However, it is quite possible.

If there are programmers who want to build such a thing, I can provide
some assistance now.  I don't think I can do the whole thing myself at
the moment though.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

On 4/13/07, Chris Travers <..hidden..> wrote:
I am on this.

1.2.2 corrected all sales tax storage and printing issues, but
apparently did not correct one display issue (the total on the invoice
or order screen).  I see what the problem is, and will be fixing it
shortly.  A hotfix will be available prior to release of the full
package for those severely affected by this problem.

In fact, I should have a hotfix ready later today.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

On 4/13/07, Dustin Tenney <..hidden..> wrote:
> I am running the 1.2.2 version and for some reason my totals on invoices
> don't add up correctly.  This only happens when I have a non-taxable product
> on the invoice.
> My subtotal adds up correctly and the tax is shown correctly, but the total
> is always wrong by a small amount.
> What is interesting is if I go to print the invoice or look at the total
> from the search results it shows up correctly.
> A couple other things I would like to see in smb.  The ability to specify a
> database schema rather than the default public.  Also the way taxes are
> applied I could see causing trouble for me.  Right now it seems the tax is
> tied to a customer and product.  What if today the customer it taxable
> because of his location.  The customer ends up moving before his next order.
>  Now he is no longer taxable.  Making this change to his profile seems to
> mess up previous invoices.  It sure would be nice to have the invoice itself
> taxable and not the customer.
> Thank you!
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