The Fuzzy Pineapple Posted July 13, 2017 Share Posted July 13, 2017 Hi. I hope this helps. I figured out a way to add multiple ranges for the taxes. For example I am located in florida. There is a 6% tax for the state and a 1.5% surtax in my specific county = 7.5% So I made a new tax (1.5%) as seen here: and named it the same as the 1st florida tax (6%) + surtax (1.5%) as seen here: So there are 2 taxes now - Florida - (6%) and Florida + Surtax (1.5%) *If you have multiple counties that you operate out of, then you will need to make a surtax for each one. (Don't have a way of getting around this, I only have one shop) Ex. Florida (6%), (county) surtax (1.5%), (county 2) surtax (0.5%), etc. Next I went to tax rules and selected the florida tax (6%) and configured it as seen here: . I then renamed it so I would know that the new florida sales tax also has a surtax added for specific zipcodes as seen here: The configuration is as follows (first set everything to combine then change the state tax back to "this tax only") Florida - do not enter zipcodes - combine- 6% Florida - zipcode range - combine - 1.5% (surtax) Florida - new zipcode that is not in the range - combine - 1.5% (surtax) Florida - different zipcode that might be a different range- combine - 1.5% (surtax) Finally change the first Florida (the state tax that applies to the entire state) to "this tax only" As follows: Florida - do not enter zipcodes - this tax only - 6% Florida - zipcode range - combine - 1.5% (surtax) Florida - new zipcode that is not in the range - combine - 1.5% (surtax) Florida - different zipcode that might be a different range- combine - 1.5% (surtax) Done! Now if someone is in the state of Florida but not in the county they will only be charged the state tax (6%) and if someone is in the specified county/zipcodes they will be charged the state tax and surtax (7.5%). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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