The sub-item taxes gives you an overview of your current stored tax rates, these can accessed through Settings > shop > tax.
In this oveview you can manage existing tax rates and create new tax rates (1).
The context menu (2) on the right hand of the table gives you the option to edit or deleting existing tax rates.
Creating a new tax rate
If you click on the button to create a new tax rate, a new window will open, showing you the configuration you can make for your new tax rate.
Here you can name it individually (1) and assign it a percentage value (2).
Edit an existing tax rate
The editing screen for existing taxes is structured similarly to the new creation screen.
Here you can change previously made configurations.
be careful, these are existing tax rates and could have effects on your live operation.
Since you are accessing an existing tax rate, which may be used or still is use on your live system., the calculations of invoices, etc. that have this tax rate assigned may show different calculation.
Other tax rules for individual countries
Within the respective tax rates you will find the area countries.
In this section you have the possibility to create your own tax rules for individual countries and, if available, their federal states. Just click on Add country to add a tax rule for a country to the current tax rate.
Here you first specify for which country the tax rule applies and what it refers to. You have the possibility to create your own tax rules for individual postal codes
, postal code areas
, individual states
or for an entire country
Tax rule for a postal code.
Here you can define your own tax rule for a single postal code. You can also create more than one of these rules to take several postal codes into account.
Tax rule according to postal codes Area
Here you can set up your own tax rule for a complete postal code area.
Tax rules according to individual federal states
Here you can create a tax rule for one or more states of a country. The federal states must first be created under States
Tax rule for an entire country
Of course a tax rule can also be set up for the entire country.