Edit Tax Settings

Tax settings are set automatically based on your country setting. Any changes made to taxes will be applied to future invoices only; historical invoices will not be affected. Any products with specific tax rates set will not be updated.

All taxes are set up and managed at the account level in settings. After taxes have been set up at the account level, taxes can be toggled on and off at the invoice level. *Note that taxes cannot be set up or edited from the invoice level.

When creating an invoice, you can apply the taxes you’ve set up at the item level, which then will be incorporated in the invoice subtotal amount. The invoice subtotal tax amount is a sum of the taxes applied to your items. If you wish to edit the invoice subtotal tax amount, edit the tax rates applied to your related items.

iPhone and iPad

  1. From the side navigation menu, tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Company information
  3. Under the Currency and tax section, tap on Tax
  4. Tap on Add tax
  5. Edit Tax label (e.g. Tax, VAT, GST,  etc.)
  6. Tap on Rates and specify standard tax rate, and add any additional tax rates
  7. Tap on Tax type and select whether tax is Exclusive (tax not included in cost of goods / services) or Inclusive (tax included in cost of goods / services)
  8. Tap on Accumulative of … and select which tax rate to apply to the subtotal of items and the amount of primary and/or secondary tax
  9. Select whether to automatically apply tax to all items
  10. Tap the back arrow in the top left corner
  11. Select whether to apply withholding tax
  12. Tap on Withholding tax
  13. Confirm Tax label and specify Rate (%) 

Android

  1. From the side navigation menu, tap on Settings
  2. Tap on Company information
  3. Under the Currency and tax section, tap on Tax
  4. Tap on Add tax
  5. Edit Tax label (e.g. Tax, VAT, GST,  etc.)
  6. Tap on Rates and specify standard tax rate, and add any additional tax rates
  7. Tap on Tax type and select whether tax is Exclusive (tax not included in cost of goods / services) or Inclusive (tax included in cost of goods / services)
  8. Tap on Accumulative of … and select which tax rate to apply to the subtotal of items and the amount of primary and/or secondary tax
  9. Select whether to automatically apply tax to all items
  10. Tap the back arrow in the top left corner
  11. Select whether to apply withholding tax
  12. Tap on Withholding tax
  13. Confirm Tax label and specify Rate (%) 

Web

  1. From the side navigation menu, click on Settings
  2. Click on Company information
  3. Under the Currency and tax section, click on Tax
  4. Edit Tax label (e.g. Tax, VAT, GST,  etc.)
  5. Click on Rates and specify standard tax rate, and add any additional tax rates
  6. Click on Tax type and select whether tax is Exclusive (tax not included in cost of goods / services) or Inclusive (tax included in cost of goods / services)
  7. Click on Accumulative of … and select which tax rate to apply to the subtotal of items and the amount of primary and/or secondary tax
  8. Select whether to automatically apply tax to all items
  9. Click the back arrow in the top left corner
  10. Select whether to apply withholding tax
  11. Click on Withholding tax
  12. Confirm Tax label and specify Rate (%)

Helpful Tips

  • When you run a business, there are certain services or items that you sell that might be tax eligible and paid by the customer and that money is owed to the government. Depending on where your company is located, the government may impose certain taxes at a specified rate. Invoice2go offers tax options so that you can tax your customers on the products or services that you sell. Make sure you confirm with your local government or municipality to ensure what taxes you need to incorporate into your invoices.
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