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You may define your own Tax Code to be applied to each Inventory. Besides this, you may set the system either to have Single Taxation or Double Taxation. Single Taxation means when you create your Invoice, Quotation or Credit Note, you apply only 1 tax to an Inventory item, while for double taxation you can apply 2 tax to an Inventory item

1. In Xin Invoice 3.0 program, click on "Setting" tab. On the top menu, click button "Tax".
Tax Setting

2. Tax Code 0 = Tax exempt. Choose this option if some of your Inventory is tax exempted.

3. Select the option of how many tax code you need, if you need 3 tax code, select all 4 options. Enter your tax code and the tax percent applied to the Inventory item, then click on button "Save" on the top menu. Define Tax Code

4. If GST is the most commonly Tax Code that applied to most of your Inventory items, you may set it as your default Tax Code. At the Taxation Method, choose "Tax Code 1" as Default Tax 1.
Apply single tax to an invoice

5. Now lets create an Inventory. Note that Tax Code 1 is auto selected as your default Tax Code. You can still set other Tax Code that applied to this Inventory if it is not Tax Code 1.
Set default tax code to an Inventory

6. Next lets go to Invoice creation page. In the Invoice item list, select the Inventory that you"ve created just now. The Inventory detail will be auto populated to the Invoice item column, and the Tax Code will be auto selected. The summary of the tax amount is available at the bottom of the page.
Apply single tax to an invoice

7. Above sample shows how to set tax code for Single Taxation method. If you need to apply Double Taxation method, go to Tax page again.
Double Taxation

8. Open Inventory detail, after setting the Double Taxation Method, now you can set 2 default tax code for an Inventory.
Default Double Taxation for Inventory

9. For each Inventory item in the Invoice, you may also apply 2 tax code. Default Double Taxation for Invoice

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