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Multiply Taxes

Ketan Dholakia   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

In indian GST system multiply taxes are applied itemwsie

i.e. line item have two Taxes :

1. cGST 9 %

2. sGST 9 %


so, can we have tax slab, which can assign to item/Product.

Under tax slab we add taxes one or more, whenever we assing tax slab to products/item, so assigned taxes rate under that tax slab applied.

Please impliment feature in future

Sebastian Di Luise   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

Hi Ketan,

Cant you just create a new tax... called for i.e.: "cGST-9% & sGST 9%" or just "cGST&sGST 18%" and in rate you enter 19, so if you want a line/product with that double tax you select it, and if you just need one or another... you also can have those taxes created separatelly?

(sorry if not helpful)

Ahmet Kurucan   ( User )

Commented 4 years ago

This was in the Akaunting 1.2 poll but didn't get so many votes.

Sebastian's suggestion solves your problem.

Trendless   ( User )

Commented 3 years ago

I'm not sure about in India, but in Canada it's required by law to show the breakdown of each sales tax separately on the invoice/receipt. Since the provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba, Quebec, and Saskatchewan each have two separate sales taxes, multiple taxes per item is necessary.


PS love the product so far!

Ketan Dholakia   ( User )

Commented 3 years ago

In India after GST Law it is mandatory to show tax summary.

See attached image for better explanation

Frédéric Lavoie   ( User )

Commented 2 years ago

is there solution for canadian user, I'm from Quebec ans need to have two separate taxe on my invoice, Is it possible ?
thank you!

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