How to Configure Tax Rates in Magento and map them with Dynamics GP

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In order to provide your customers with accurate prices, tax rates and zones must be configured correctly. It is also an attractive look for the webstore to have the taxes added automatically based on the customers’ region. Tax rates in Magento can be configured and set up for each specific region-or zone- and the taxes are calculated automatically at checkout.

CREATE TAXES AND DEFINE TAX RATES IN MAGENTO

Go to Magento Admin Panel and go to Sales →Tax→Manage Tax Rates and Zones . Click on ‘Add New Tax Rate‘ and define the tax rate. Define the Tax Identifier, the country, state or zip code it is applicable to and the tax rate.   Mag Tax Setup

MAPPING MAGENTO TAXES WITH DYNAMICS GP

Once the tax rates in Magento are defined, they will become available in X2X connect eCommerce module in GP after the next scheduled data interface between GP and Magento. You can manually interface the data created in Magento by clicking on  ‘Synchronize Default Values’ and ‘Start’. This will bring all the tax rates defined in Magento to GP. Select the Magento Tax Rates in the list and  browse to select the corresponding GP Payment tax detail. This will map the tax IDs in Magento with the tax details in GP. Map Tax Rate Related Topics:

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Written by Hazem Khairi

Hazem Khairi

Hazem Khairi is a sales associate of AccSoft Business Solutions Inc. He is in marketing and sales campaigns carried out by AccSoft,

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