Is shopify really not usabe for EU and Switzerland?
A product is sold for 20 Euro end customer price in the EU.
It has to be including tax in the shopify backend to that the correct tax can be shown by country like:
20 € incl. 19% tax in Germany
20 € incl. 20% tax in Austria
But for Switzerland 16,81 € without tax. Not 119% like Germany but only 100% in Switzerland.
There is no way to calculate the tax out of the end price in checkout so that it gets cheaper, so it is not usable for EU and Switzerland.
Nick here from Shopify.
I completely understand where you are coming from here. Swiss taxes aren't as conducive to other taxes and can make the tax set up process a little more complicated at times. There are however ways around this to include Switzerland and other countries where there are different or no taxes. The best way is via a tax override or exemption. What it does is enables you to override tax rates to control how much tax you charge for a particular product, and to handle exceptions and exemptions. You can also specify unique tax rates for shipping destinations or to tax-exempt customers. Shopify has a helpful guide which goes into this in more detail which you can see here.
There are also a couple of apps which could be worth your while looking into to help you with the invoicing side of this called Sufio and Digital Takeout: Easy Invoice. While they may not be able to directly fix what you're looking to do in full, they still might be of use in the grand scheme of things.
Hopefully, this helps and gives you direction on how to approach this going forward. Please don't hesitate to reach out and ask any other questions should you have any.
All the best, Nick
|an hour ago|
|02-19-2019 12:52 AM|