Post by oldirtymac » Sun Nov 01, 2015 10:38 pm

Hi,

Just purchased this discount order total extensions. But i have some problem with the way it displays taxes... ??

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So the numbers on the order total adds up right, regarding add and subtract following the rows, but
with these calculations i over charge the costumer (and myself) with total amount ( 5 ) and tax ( 4 )

Tax (moms) should be = 43
Total should be = 213

I made the same discount 10% and activated the coupon order total, and deactivated the discount order total

Here i get the right numbers:
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Anyone know how to implement the tax calculations from coupon order total to the discount order total, or are using another discount order total that do the trick?

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Post by Johnathan » Sun Nov 01, 2015 11:14 pm

You'd need to apply a tax class to the discount Order Total extension. If it doesn't have a setting for that, it's not going to be able to affect tax calculations.

If you want a total-based discount extension that *does* affect tax calculations, Total-Based Fee/Discount can do that.

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Post by oldirtymac » Mon Nov 02, 2015 12:56 am

Hi Johnathan,

Thanks for your quick reply!

I sell products with 25% & 12% tax, will your extension also handle multiple tax-rates
as the coupon order total does?

So if i have a 10% discount, it will calculate 10% on each product/fee so the right amount
of tax is deducted on the tax lines for 12% and 25% ?

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Post by Johnathan » Mon Nov 02, 2015 11:24 pm

Order Totals are generally only given a single tax class to use, so you can only assign one tax class to a charge in my extension. However, I do have a Category & Product-Based Fee/Discount extension that lets you separate charges by product or category. You could then create a discount for the 25% products (with the appropriate tax class) and a discount for the 12% products (with the appropriate tax class) so the discounts properly affected the tax calculations.

Feel free to take a look at the screenshots and demo site, and if you're interested let me know at www.getclearthinking.com/contact if you have any further questions.

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