Any other stores out there impacted by the fact that Shopify Tax now charges sales tax based on local rates in lieu of the state rate irrespective of where your company is based?
My company is based in San Francisco. Any orders shipped to San Francisco are charged at the San Francisco sales tax rate. But any order outside of San Francisco should be charged at the California state rate (7.25%) per CDTFA:
https://www.cdtfa.ca.gov/formspubs/pub105/#rules. Since the switch to the new platform Shopify is now charging customers their local rate meaning that my store is now responsible for reporting sales tax by every city and county rather than a flat state rate. This has a significant impact and when I contacted Support today they didn't offer a workaround.
I want the old system back. It worked perfectly fine for my store.
Anyone else facing this issue in California or elsewhere?
Have you checked into modifying your settings in Shopify? I believe that you can override the collection and specify how much to collect. Shopify support should be able to help set that up.
If you sell $500,000 or more a year in California unfortunately you have to break down the sales by county and city. I am trying to find the app that will work with quickbooks online and break this down when the sync happens?
Yes and I don't know what to do about it as I'm trying to file my quaterly return and hours later I'm still not done because I can't figure out what to do. It's saying I owe more than I collected and I"m not happy about it. I'd love to know what you ended up doing about this.
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