How is sales tax calculated after adding a discount to a sales form?
Calculate sales tax for a sales tax group item
Remove customer names and amounts from the Pay Sales Tax window
If you are paying your sales tax and you see customer names and amounts in your Pay Sales Tax window, you may have created an invoice item that is posting to a Sales Tax Payable account (or a subaccount of it). You can fix this problem by editing the incorrect items and
associating them with a different account.
To do this task
In the Pay Sales Tax window, look in the Item column to identify which items are causing the problem.
Go to the Lists menu and click Item List.
In the Item List window, double-click the first item you want to fix.
In the Account drop-down list, select a different account that is not associated with the Sales Tax Payable account.
When asked whether to change existing transactions, click Yes.
Repeat steps 3 through 6 for each item that was incorrectly posted.
Close and reopen the Pay Sales Tax window to see the changes.
Resolve the issue of "No Tax Vendor" on the sales tax liability report
You'll see No Tax Vendor on a report if you use a 0% sales tax item without a tax agency (vendor). If you don't need to assign a vendor, use the report as is.
If a vendor should have been assigned to the sales tax item, you can edit the sales tax item and assign a vendor.
Edit the sales tax item and assign a vendor.
Return to the report and click the Refresh button to view the updated information.
What does "multiple taxes" mean on a sales tax report?
Fix sales tax reports that show incorrect data in a multi-user environment
Stop sales tax from printing as a line item on sales forms
In some earlier versions of QuickBooks, sales tax did not print (by default) as a line item on sales forms.
To prevent sales tax from appearing as a line item on your transaction forms,
you can customize the form so that sales tax appears only
at the bottom of the form.
Go to the Lists menu and click Templates.
Click the template name once to select it.
Depending on the type of template you are using, choose the appropriate
If the template is an Intuit standard template n(with "Intuit" in the
name), click Templates at the bottom of the list and click Duplicate.
This creates a copy of the template that you can customize. The copy will appear in the list with Copy of: in front of the name. Double-click that duplicated template to customize it. You can rename the template if you want, by clicking Manage Templates and entering a new unique name in the Template Name field. Then click OK.
If the template is not an Intuit standard template, double-click the
Click Additional Customization at the bottom of the window.
Click the Footer tab in the Additional customization window. In the Print column, select the Sales tax
Click OK, then click OK again.
Sales tax will now appear only at the bottom of the form.
Can I enter sales tax on a purchase order?
I have a special sales tax situation