Essentially, I know how to use the tax override function. BUT, I have a marketplace for foods, which means many brands and products with different taxes. Case in point: The link 'Plant Meat - Jackfruit' (main menu) on my site has jackfruit products from multiple brands, but they have different taxes i.e. 18% and 12%. HOW, do I get the tax override to happen if the system only allows the same to happen on manual collections? I'm unable to do this at a product level. Or am I missing something?
If you are US merchant, in settings Taxes and duties click United States part
Does the Categorize products in tax rates and exemptions cannot satisfy your need?
Just create different collections for different brands of products on rates?
Hi Eric, I'm in India. The issue is not being able to add different tax rates in the same collection. Because, in shopify 'collection' means clubbing products to create a clickable link in the menu. But it also happens that that clickable link may have many products with different taxes. That's where the dilemma is.