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How to include tax in product price (ticket line)

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Jethroso
on 3/13/13, 1:31 PM 7,544 views

I'm new to OpenERP, and trying to get this on the POS ticket when selling to customers:

Product 1..................10€
Product 2..................10€
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                   Total:  20€
              Taxes (7%): 1.4€

What I want is that the taxes are applied in each line ("Product 1" price of 10€ is the sell price plus taxes, and the same for every other product). Then, the total is the sum of all products lines taxes included. Taxes at bottom are merely informative

For clarity, what I mean is that "Product 1" price is 9,346€ + 7%. In the warehouse this product have a sell price of 10€ and a 7% of sell tax.

What I get now is that the 7% of tax is reapplied over each line for a (wrong) total amount of 21.4€

Is something like this possible to configure with OpenERP 7.0?

The other option I have, guess, is to modify my Warehouse product prices to discount that tax, but wan't to know if there is any other way.

Thanks

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Fabien Pinckaers (fp)
On 3/13/13, 1:52 PM

You must configure the tax used on your products (from the accounting/configuration menu) so that your tax has the checkbox "Tax included in price" checked.

That easy :-) Thanks! Awesome application by the way.

Jethroso
on 3/13/13, 1:58 PM

Hi there, I was looking for the same thing. I cannot find the checkbox "Tax included in price". I'm on the french version... I've looked here: Configuration/Facturation/ ?

Toutou SPRL
on 7/12/13, 4:29 AM

Thanks Fabien, works great!

InoX-Tech GmbH, Michael Döderlein
on 11/6/13, 6:47 PM

@fabien What about the fact that all prices are already without tax in the system?.

It means if you have the 3 models (B2B - B2C and POS) working toghether this option is not consistent aroud all options, because the sales price is frequently computed without taz on it.

With a lot of SKU this is not a correct solution.

What do you think?

Vauxoo S.A. de C.V., Nhomar Hernandez
on 11/23/16, 9:38 PM

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