|This article is for Drake Accounting 2019. To view this article for Drake Accounting 2018, click here.|
Enter state-, county-, and city-specific sales tax information. Create a sales tax record for each state in which you do business. If you do business in various counties within a state, a unique sales tax record create a unique tax record for each county. This process also applies to unique city tax rates as well.
Example: You do business in the cities of Highlands and Franklin, both in Macon County, North Carolina. You should create two sales tax records, both showing North Carolina and the appropriate state sales Tax Rate and Macon County with the appropriate county Tax Rate. The City Names will show the two different cities and the city Tax Rate should enter, even if the rate is the same for both cities.
|When the sales tax information is entered, run the Sales Tax Summary report to calculate the amount of sales tax owed each entity in which you do business. Go to Receivables > Crystal Reports > Sales Tax Summary to run this report.|
To enter sales tax records, complete the following:
|While the Name and Tax Rate for a State or County is not required for the City tax information, it is recommended that all preceding entities be given names, even if the rates (or maximums) remain zero.|
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