The Work Order Network recognizes and reports on the three types of sales tax levied in Canada:
(1) Provisional Sales Tax (PST)
(2) Good and Services Tax (GST)
(3) Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)
If taxes are added to an invoice for a job under a Canadian address, Service Providers will be forced to indicate the tax classifications from one of the three options listed above. Multiple tax line items can be added to a single invoice, and the example below provides an example of the overall process.
When a work order has a Canadian Address, such as the example below,
Figure 1: Detail of Work Order
…the invoice tax feature has special behavior, whereby adding tax forces the user to select from one of the Canadian taxing options: GST, PST or HST, as seen below.
Figure 2: Adding tax on an invoice for a Canadian location
Like any other tax in the WorkTrack Service Provider system, the user must self-calculate the amount and plug it in to the amount edit box as shown below.
Figure 3: Tax line item
Two or three different types of tax may be recorded in the same invoice as seen in the example below.
Figure 4: Invoice with 2 types of tax collected
Taxes then can be reviewed globally through reports as seen in the report detail shown below.
Figure 5: detail of a report showing taxes collected by service provider
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