How to specify tax rules in WHMCS
This tutorial assumes you've already logged in to your WHMCS admin panel.
Now let's learn how to setup tax rules.
Click the Setup tab.
Then click Tax Rules.
Certain countries and states require you to collect taxes on your sales. WHMCS allows you to specify the tax rates on a regional basis.
To enable tax support, check this box.
You can choose whether you want your prices to include the tax already (inclusive), or have taxes added on top of your prices (exclusive).
You can also choose whether or not domains, billable items, late fees or custom invoices should be taxed.
Activate Compound Tax if you have more than one tax level, and the second level tax is applied to the new sub-total including the first level tax (this will depend on your local tax rules).
When finished, click Save Changes.
Now we have to setup our tax rules.
Click Add New Tax Rule.
Enter the name of your tax rule.
Select whether the rule is to apply to all countires, or just a specific country.
Next, decide whether the rule is to apply to all states, or a specific state.
If you want to apply the rule to multiple states, you'll need to setup a separate rule for each state.
Enter the tax rate for the specified state, then click Add Rule.
That's it! The tax rule has been setup. Repeat this process for any other countries or states you need to setup tax rules for.
This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to specify tax rules in WHMCS.
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