Tax feature overviewEdit on GitHub
The Tax feature allows you to define taxes for the items you sell. The feature is represented by two entities: tax rates and tax sets.
The tax rate is the percentage of the sales price that buyer pays as a tax. In the default Spryker implementation, the tax rate is defined per country where the tax applies. See Managing tax rates for details on how to create and manage tax rates for countries in the Back Office.
A tax set is a set of tax rates. You can define tax sets in the Back office or import tax sets into your project.
Tax sets can be applied to abstract product, product option and shipment:
|ENTITY||INSTRUCTIONS ON DEFINING TAX SETS FOR THE ENTITY IN THE BACK OFFICE||DETAILS ON THE IMPORT FILE TO IMPORT TAX SETS FOR THE ENTITY|
|Abstract product||Defining prices||File details: product_abstract.csv|
|Product option||Creating a product option||File details: product_option.csv|
|Shipment||Creating a delivery method||File details: shipment.csv|
International tax rates and sets
Align your business with international tax standards by defining tax rates and sets. Determine country-based tax rates for products, options and shipments, that will automatically be applied to the respective shops.
In a tax system, the tax rate is the ratio (usually expressed as a percentage) at which a business, person, items are taxed.
Tax set is a set of tax rates that can be applied to a specific product.
Keeping that in mind, the tax rate is created first.
Once the rate is defined, you can attach it to a tax set(s). A tax set can contain from one to many tax rates.
The described values are defined in the Back Office > Taxes section.
Related Business User documents
|BACK OFFICE USER GUIDES|
|Get a general idea of the Tax feature|
|Manage tax rates|
|Manage tax sets|
Are you a developer? See Tax feature walkthrough for developers.
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