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I'm working in multi company and have of course different taxes by companies. When I create invoices form POS I have a some taxes that are not properly set. Here is my tests :
Company A parent of company B. I set up a product with 2 different taxes, one for each company. I create a user with only company B access and accounting rights.
When I create an invoice form the POS from the company B there are some Taxes used for the company A. So there is a mix and so it's impossible to validate the invoice.
Does affecting multiples taxes to product still a good strategy in multi environment? Is there any other good way to configure taxes?
Any help would be appreciated,
BTW, 2 issues have been declared :
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|Asked: 1/27/16, 11:44 AM|
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