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A lot of questions and apprehensions about sales tax in QuickBooks can be seen in the Intuit’s Community Forums. Most of the businessmen have come across some technical errors at the time of setting up sales tax into QuickBooks accounting software tool.

QuickBooks support to prepare sales tax from a third party technical support company has always played as a helpful assistant that comes to you instantly at affordable cost. Rather than posting your concerns in a community forum, it is always a sensible step to go for instant QuickBooks technical support from a third party.

Here some effective steps have been detailed below so as to make the businessmen know how to set up sales tax in QuickBooks.

If you want to charge sales tax on invoice and other transactions without any technical issue, you need to have sales tax added to your QuickBooks accounting mechanism.

  • The sales tax preference should be facilitated
  • You must have one or more sales tax particulars added in your Item List
  • When you generate an bill, you should have a chargeable customer tax code preferred,

To start with, you should firstly set up sales tax preference in your QuickBooks accounting software. Go to the “Edit” and then select “Preference” and check the box “Sales Tax” preference. It will pop up with a question “Do You Charge Sales Tax.” Click “Yes” to give your approval.

In addition to these options, you will find some more options to check if they are checked correctly. In a case of technical interruption while making changes in the setting box, you should seek for the help on sales tax by calling QuickBooks support number.

Now coming to the sales tax items, all the charges what you put in a billing statement should have entry in the item list in your QuickBooks accounting software. It’s easy to do – as you have to click on the “Add Sales Tax Item” in the “Preferences” dialog box.

When it comes to adding multiple jurisdictions — state tax, a county tax, a city tax or even more, you have to create a Sales Tax group by generating a sales tax particular for every jurisdiction. On the other hand, it can turn into a complex job if you have multiple tax jurisdictions. In such circumstances, you need to contact third party technical support company to get instant access to certified technicians for help on sales tax by calling QuickBooks phone number.

In the end, you need to customize your customer item list so as to specify which customer group is taxable.

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