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Use the Tax Group settings to review your created Tax Groups. You can edit how FieldEdge will calculate Tax Groups on your work orders. This allows you to set a Tax Group as a standard Sales Tax or a Profit-based/Use Tax.
- Note: New Tax Groups are created in QuickBooks and are synced to FieldEdge.
1. First, in the top right of FieldEdge click Settings and in the Company section choose Tax Groups.
2. Next, verify your Tax Groups and if needed, select the Checkbox next to your Tax Groups and click Edit.
3. Now, choose the Tax Type. If using Profit-based/Use Tax, decide if you want to include labor costs and then select a Tax Exempt Group.
4. When you have finished editing your Tax Groups, click Save to update FieldEdge with your changes.
Check this box to select the associated Tax Group. Choose Edit to make any changes to the selected groups.
Lists the display name of the Tax Group.
Displays if this Tax Group is a standard Sales Tax or a Profit-based/Use Tax.
Include Labor Cost
If this is a Profit-based/Use Tax, this column will display if the associated Tax Group is including Labor Cost for tax calculations.
Click this option to display inactive Tax Groups on this list.
This is the default filter for FieldEdge. This will display all active Tax Groups on this list.
This filter will display only the standard Sales Tax groups.
This filter will display only the Profit-based/Use Tax groups.
Edit Tax Groups
Choose to set this Tax Group as a Sales Tax or Profit-based/Use Tax.
When using Profit-based/Use Tax you will have the option to check to include labor cost in Use Tax calculation.
Tax Exempt Group
When using Profit-based/Use Tax, use the drop-down box to select your Exempt Tax Group.
Click this button if you would like to go to the previous screen without recording any of the changes you may have made on this screen.
Click this button to update FieldEdge with the changes you may have made on this screen.