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Changing Tax Rate for July 1

I have a Casio Till Register Modell # CE-2400
Serial Number 0207484
How do I change the tax code?
Thankyou!

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    jdaniher May 11, 2010

    What state are you in? The Tax codes for that machine are input differently by state.

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I'm in Australia and only going on the program manual for your area, it states that canadian tax is tax on tax? if this is true then you probably entered a code for add on or add in tax and thereby changed it all.

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