Sales tax is seperate from products sales
When looking at the daily sales for the day under the transaction summary the sales tax collected should Not be included in the products sold. It should be on its own line just like vouchers, and late/no show fees.
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Separating sales tax from product sales is vital for state tax filings
@michelle Hey Michelle, you can separate your taxes already. Head to "Setup">"Taxes" where you can add your taxes and create Tax Groups. Then scroll down to your "TaX Defaults" where you can allocate your taxes to your services and then separately to your Products. Then simply click the three dots to "apply defaults to all items".
All invoices going forth will then have these taxes applied. Hope this helps!
@Fresha Team I think Michelle is saying the same thing as I am. For reporting and tax prep the sales tax should be separate on all reports, including the daily sales page, on its own line just like the late & no show fees. It wouldn't be that hard to add, and would still keep the neat uncluttered report but be more accurate. Services don't usually get taxed unless you are doing business in different cities or counties.
thank for the new updates, still checking them out . But was very disappointed they did not separate sales tax totals on the daily Sales Transaction Summary page for the end of the night report. :-( … Not sure why this is such a hard concept to understand from a Salon Owner's point of view.
and when we say separate taxes we mean from the product sales totals, not different tax rates.
@lori Can you please message us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can locate your account/set up and you can show an example report of what you're looking for?
Right now, if you have 1 tax for products and a separate one for Services (or no tax for services) then these are already displayed separately on the invoices as well as the "Tax Summary" report