# Price Includes Tax

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#### Gelato Freeze

We have a very simple store that sells 4 sizes of ice cream.

Size A is 2.75
Size B is 3.50
Size C is 4.25
Size D is 5.00

These prices include tax which is 7.8%. So what I did was entered item
pricing of the following to account for the tax.

Size A is 2.55
Size B is 3.25
Size C is 3.94
Size D is 4.64

This works great except for when the customer orders multiple quantities.
Because I have rounded up the pricing it eventually rounds up making the
total sale value a penny or two higher. For example:

If the customer gets 3 Size D's the final price should be \$15.00. However,
the POS system is taking \$4.64 x 3 plus tax. Which end up being \$15.01.

We only have for products currently so this should not be tough to do. Is
there a way to force the system to have a specific sales tax value per item
as opposed to a percentage. I think that would work. For example:

Size A is 2.55 + .20 tax = \$2.75
Size B is 3.25 + .25 tax = \$3.50
Size C is 3.94 + .31 tax = \$4.25
Size D is 4.64 + .36 tax = \$5.00

Regards,
Tim

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#### Ryan @ RITE

Tim,
If you are using RMS then Value Added Tax would be right for you. Check it
out or if you have any questions let me know.

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Thank you,

Ryan Sakry
Program Manager
Retail Information Technology Enterprises (RITE)
http://www.rite.us
320-230-2282 ext. 4002 (Office)
320-230-1796 (Fax)

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#### Gelato Freeze

I am using POS. Is there a solution in POS?

Thanks,
Tim

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#### Ryan @ RITE

Sorry Tim, Microsoft deemed VAT as an advanced feature and as such put it
into their advanced POS software package (RMS). I do not know a solution

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Thank you,

Ryan Sakry
Program Manager
Retail Information Technology Enterprises (RITE)