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TOPIC: PayPal does not pass on VAT on total

PayPal does not pass on VAT on total 7 years, 5 months ago #38110

Now I have actual booking working.

When I process... my £84 ... shows as £72 and £12 in the Book 2 screen but only passes £72 to PayPal.

Why is this?

The more I use this the more bugs I seem to find!!!

R
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Re: PayPal does not pass on VAT on total 7 years, 5 months ago #38111

This is NOT a problem.

It is because you want the VAT to be included not excluded like I wanted to do.

R
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Re: PayPal does not pass on VAT on total 7 years, 5 months ago #38189

  • maju
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Hello,

this is continuation of this topic?
TOPIC: How do you make PayPal work?

Please, do not create duplicated topics. History of topic is also important and help us and other customers to understand how to solve problem or what problem do you have.

I can't simulate your problem. Can you post me url to your site so I can check it?
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If I do tests and 1 day costs 200 EUR, I book 2 days. It shows me 400 EUR and 66,67 EUR (20%) as tax. Then I go to pay it through PayPal and there is 400 EUR to pay. It is correct.

Another calculation:
400 EUR is including tax. It is 120%, because I use 20% tax rate. 400 / 120 * 100 = 333,33 EUR
333,33 EUR + 66,67 EUR is 400 EUR
333,33 EUR * 1.2 = 400 EUR

There is everything right.

I think you have similar calculations. You probably have 72 item price and then 12 is tax with 20% tax rate.
72 is 120%... 72/120*100 = 60 and 60 + 12 = 72. It is also correct.

If you need price 84 and need 12 tax, you have to set item price to 84 and tax rate to 16,67%
84 will be 116,67%... 84/116,67*100 = 72
72 * 1,1667 = 84
Tax will be 12.
ARTIO Support Team
Last Edit: 7 years, 5 months ago by maju.
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Re: PayPal does not pass on VAT on total 7 years, 5 months ago #38193

NO.. it is because your system wants to have tax added first.

So £120 ... = £100 Net and £20 VAT.

I wanted £100 with £20 VAT = £120.

Your system does not seem to do this.

Thanks

R
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Re: PayPal does not pass on VAT on total 7 years, 5 months ago #38235

  • jaku
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Yes, you are right.
Currently booking is expecting that it is given a FINAL price (incl. VAT) and then - where needed for tax purposes, the VAT is subtracted.

It is because at least here, it is a law, that customers (if a private person) need to be given final prices with all taxes included.
That means, I should learn as a customer, that 1 night of accommodation will cost me e.g. 100 EUR, and this is a final price.

So it is only about getting this into account - and in your case, you simply need to enter 120 as a price and then it will be 100 + 20.
ARTIO Support Team
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