There are broadly four types of taxes to deal with. The final taxes are decided based on their priority level. Product-specific taxes have the highest priority when compared to all other taxes. Category-level taxes has the next weightage and then state-level taxes and finally country-level taxes are applied to the product if no other taxes are applicable.
In this section:
Checkout Tax Priority Level
This is taken as the primary tax and is used as the default tax for every country, given there are no overlaps from other taxes.
There are taxes configured for state regulation. State-level taxes have more priority than country level.
These taxes can be assigned to categories and also to particular states or countries.
When shipping to home country (based on given shipping address):
Country tax > Category override for state > State override > Category override for country
When shipping overseas:
Category override for state > State override > Category override for country > Country tax
Tax rules and conditions can vary according to region. Find supported taxes both within the country as well as internationally.
Within the Country
0%, 5%, 12%, 18%, 28%
IGST 0%, IGST 5%, IGST 12%, IGST 18%, IGST 28%, IGST 3%, IGST 0.25%
No tax will be applied (As per UK government).
If no tax rule is created, error will be thrown.
0% tax for GCC and non-GCC countries.
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