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Receipt question - sales tax

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When you give a customer a receipt, do you add a seperate line for sales tax, or just keep track on your own and give them a round number? I've seen small businesses do it both ways, just wondering what people here prefer. Is there a benefit to doing it one way over the other?

post #2 of 4

i made a separate line and added it all up--it's easier to account for and shows the breakdown for the customer--all your paperwork would be good to go visually--

 

my state, tennessee, loves taxes--we are almost 10 per freaking cent tax oh my god --- so yes i show all the ciphering-- because the client needs to know how much the grabby hands in the government are getting out of the deal -- 

 

not that i'm bitter 

 

grrr

 

:-D

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Thank you!

 

10 percent?!? Holy moley

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yeah they tried to pass an increase a coupla months ago--it got voted down--go figure--hahaha

 

now we don't have state payroll tax either--but you can see why too

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