In anticipation of our Shopify launch I haven’t been able to figure our how to have Shopify POS automatically calculate the a local Public Improvement Fee for one of our two locations. I’ve reached out to Shopify Retail Support and they are looking at it. I’ve also created a Shopify Experts Job Call and still waiting to hear back.
Here is the issue.
We have two sales channels: Online and POS. The POS has two brick and mortar locations. At one POS location we are assessed a PIF (Public Improvement Fee) on each sale. It’s like a tax that is really a fee (.75%) of sales. Then the PIF is subject to sales tax. We are required to submit this fee monthly just like a sales tax but to a separate entity.
If a customer has an order totaling = $100.
PIF (Public Improvement Fee) = $0.75 ($100 x .75%)
We have a new subtotal = $100.75 (that is now subject to Sales Tax at 7.55% for State, City and County)
Sales Tax = $5.66 ($100.75 x 7.55%)
Balance Due = $106.41 ($100.75 + 5.66)
I need to get Shopify POS to automatically calculate this for each sale for one of our POS locations.
Any help or leads would be appreciated on how to accomplish this.
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