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dynamiczip:faq:statewide_taxable_or_exempt_schedules_faq [2015/05/12 17:31]
chuck [Con's]
dynamiczip:faq:statewide_taxable_or_exempt_schedules_faq [2019/03/20 17:23] (current)
conni
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 ====== When should I use statewide taxable & exempt schedules? ====== ====== When should I use statewide taxable & exempt schedules? ======
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 By using [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Statewide Tax Schedule|Statewide Tax Schedules]] you can specify a single taxable and a single exempt tax schedule to be used for all shipments into a particular state. This selection is made by entering a tax schedule ID in the [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Taxable ID]] and [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Exempt ID]] fields of the [[dynamiczip:​windows:​DZ State Setup window]]. If desired, you can clear the entry(s) to revert back to using [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Zip Code Tax Schedule|Zip Code Tax Schedules]]. By using [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Statewide Tax Schedule|Statewide Tax Schedules]] you can specify a single taxable and a single exempt tax schedule to be used for all shipments into a particular state. This selection is made by entering a tax schedule ID in the [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Taxable ID]] and [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Exempt ID]] fields of the [[dynamiczip:​windows:​DZ State Setup window]]. If desired, you can clear the entry(s) to revert back to using [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Zip Code Tax Schedule|Zip Code Tax Schedules]].
  
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 ===== Pro's ===== ===== Pro's =====
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   * Fewer records in the tax setup tables. Besides saving hard drive space, this will speed up several processes involving these tables. Perhaps the most significant processes affected are table maintenance,​ backup procedures, and the [[dynamiczip:​features:​import:​rate_and_boundary_import|rate & boundary import]].   * Fewer records in the tax setup tables. Besides saving hard drive space, this will speed up several processes involving these tables. Perhaps the most significant processes affected are table maintenance,​ backup procedures, and the [[dynamiczip:​features:​import:​rate_and_boundary_import|rate & boundary import]].
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 ===== Con's ===== ===== Con's =====
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   * You will be unable to identify taxable or exempt sales made into specific tax jurisdictions within the state. ​ For multi-rate states, you need to identify sales made into specific tax jurisdictions. In this case you should use the [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Zip Code tax schedule]] rather than the [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Statewide Tax Schedule]].   * You will be unable to identify taxable or exempt sales made into specific tax jurisdictions within the state. ​ For multi-rate states, you need to identify sales made into specific tax jurisdictions. In this case you should use the [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Zip Code tax schedule]] rather than the [[dynamiczip:​glossary:​Statewide Tax Schedule]].
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dynamiczip/faq/statewide_taxable_or_exempt_schedules_faq.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/20 17:23 by conni