Managing Tax Rule Types

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Navigate to: Admin > Extension Engine

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Taxes in Znode consist of only one Taxes Extension: sales tax. However, this one extension can be used to set up and configure sales taxes for all countries, each with potentially different tax rates. Not to mention you can create different tax classes that use different rules based on things like product types and categories.

And of course, the Taxes Extensions fall in line with all of the other extension types so that creating your own custom Taxes Extension is simple and straightforward.

Example : You serve many customers in Japan and need to account for their consumption tax. You can create your own Taxes Extension, named something like “JapanConsumptionTax”, which performs the calculations necessary for all your Japanese customers.

Add Tax Rule

Navigate to: Admin > Extension Engine > Tax Rule-level > "Add New" button

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Note: Disabled tax rule types will not be displayed while adding a Rule for any Tax class. Deleted Tax Rule Types must be displayed while adding a new tax rule in the 'Available Tax Rule type' dropdown.

  1. Add Tax Rule Details

  2. Save progress using the "Save" button. The page reloads with action confirmation.

  3. The new Tax Rule is now added.

A new Tax Rule can be added with the help of the following fields:

Detail

Description

Available Tax Types

Displays all Tax Rule Types for which Tax Classes have been added.

Class Name

Ensure that the Class Name you enter matches your class.

Name

Enter the Tax Rule Name.

Description

Enter a description for the Tax Rule type.

Enable

Select to enable this Tax Rule type

Edit Tax Rule

Navigate to: Admin > Extension Engine > Tax Rule-level > "Edit" action

  1. Edit Tax Rule Details

  2. Save progress using the "Save" button. The page reloads with action confirmation.

  3. Tax Rule is now edited.

Delete Tax Rule

Navigate to: Admin > Extension Engine > Tax Rule-level > "Edit" action

  1. The page reloads with action confirmation.

  2. Tax Rule is now deleted.

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