So the only way I can think of is to make up a "fake" tax rate. Take
the total amount minus $25 then tax that normally...then add that $25
back and figure out what the percentage would be with that $25 in the
total amount based on the number you got when doing the real tax rate
minus the $25.
To top it off webspace is 20% not taxed. I mean I realize what the
goal was here but it is idiotic IMHO.
On Mon, 27 Sep 1999 08:23:43 -0400, you wrote:
>For months, I have been looking for this type of report.
>We have actually had to manually go through each invoice.
>I would love to see a report that actually figures Tax out correctly.
>Maybe you would be willing to share this report when it is finished.
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>>As we Texas ISPs near the eve of our new Internet Sales Tax laws I am =
>>to generate a sales tax report based on actual monies received for the
>>month. This report is very necessary to be able to figure the sales =
>>The tax_Sum.rpt is based on invoices, which is projected payments, not
>>actual monies received. I believe that in most states you are liable =
>>the actual tax collected, not what you think you will collect.
>>The Payments table contains no tax information.. just the amount of the
>>payment. I realize that it does contain the InvoiceID. However, I =
>>don't know enough about linking tables and coming up with a valid =
>>So, anyone got a CR that is based on actual payments/taxes =
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