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Taxable and Non-Taxable Items on One Invoice? Here’s How!

Published December 02, 2014

Tax on Invoice
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You may occasionally face the need to add taxable items and non-taxable items on one invoice. As an example, let’s use spare parts (taxable) and labor (non-taxable). With Invoice Home this is very easy to do.


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1. Create a new tax:

When you’re editing an item, click the “Add a Tax” button in that item’s row.

“Create


2. Enter the tax name and amount, and click “Save Tax”:

To make life easier, tax used last will be used automatically for each new item. To avoid this, just click the refresh icon, to the right of the tax rate button.

“Enter


3. If necessary, clear the tax for non-taxable items:

The tax that was used last will be automatically used for each new item. To remove the tax, click the refresh icon to the right of the tax rate button

Clear Tax for this Item

That’s it! This item will now be calculated as non-taxable and with this method you can combine various tax rates and non-taxable items within a single invoice.



Invoice Home app

1. Tap “Add or Edit Items”, and select the item to be taxed:

 


 

  

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2. Select “Add or Edit Taxes”:

 


 

  

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3. To create a new tax, select “New Tax”:

The tax that was last used will be automatically used for each new item. To remove the tax from an item, select the “(empty)” field under “Add a Tax”.

 


 

  

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That’s it! This item will now be calculated as non-taxable and with this method you can combine various tax rates and non-taxable items within a single invoice.


If you need assistance or have any questions, please email support@invoicehome.com

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