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    Idea or Suggestion Re: Configuring Taxes for Canadian Sites/Zones

    I got my site working with the tax zones and it is working great! I was wondering if anyone has had to make some customers PST exempt because they are retailing my stuff? I put my retail customers in a group discount and they get 50% but when they go to pay I only want to charge them GST. Does anyone know how to do this?

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    Default Re: Configuring Taxes to support certain tax-exempt customers

    I'm looking for something similar as well - did you find a solution?

    I need to collect tax exempt numbers from SOME customers but not all and I'd love the cart to not charge the tax for these particular customers.

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    Default Re: Configuring Taxes to support certain tax-exempt customers

    anyword on this?

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    Default Re: Configuring Taxes to support certain tax-exempt customers

    I re-posted this topic in another active thread... Hopefully we'll get some help!

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    Default Re: Configuring Taxes to support certain tax-exempt customers

    Just thinking out loud...

    If you ran a second site -- it doesn't have to look different, just copy your whole site into a sub-folder -- you could bump your wholesale customers into that site, and have a different tax set-up there just for them.

    I'm about to start my second site -- a wholesale version of the retail site you can see in my sig below -- which is why I thought this approach might work for you. Mine is going to be accessed from a different domain, but that's just server book-keeping. The site is actually in a folder "next to" the retail one in the server I use.

    HTH

    Rob

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    Default Re: Configuring Taxes to support certain tax-exempt customers

    Brilliant! Thanks Verdon!

 

 

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