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Bar tax and quick bar

Is there a way to place an invoice with food and liqueur, using two different taxes, and not use quick tab?

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  • speedwaybrew Feb 20, 2009

    I can't get bar tax to work either (adding the tax to make a round number instead of making the drink $3.46 plus tax to equal $4.00, just have the tax included so it rings up as $4) there's no documentation on it in RPE. When I select bar tax, it doesn't charge ANY tax!

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Are you putting an item on hold? when you do that, it removes the bar tax i find. in the newest version you can also set the "price you charge with tax" which can sorta do what you're looking for.

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Hey jane ,

can you let me know what exactly do you mean i wasnt able to make out what you mean by this.

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Your back again. To fix your problem, go to OPTIONS, SETUP, SETUP SCREEN, INVOICE SETTINGS. Under tax rounding, select ROUND BEFORE CALCULATIONS. This should correct situation, if I understood your problem correctly.
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Alice,
Your back again. To fix your problem, go to OPTIONS, SETUP, SETUP SCREEN, INVOICE SETTINGS. Under tax rounding, select ROUND BEFORE CALCULATIONS. This should correct situation, if I understood your problem correctly.
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