Configuring Tax With OneSaas

When using OneSaas, you'll need to map your taxes as part of the standard configuration process. Below are a few common tax configuration scenarios explained:

eCommerce and Accounting/Billing integrations

For eCommerce and Accounting integrations, tax configuration becomes available once we start getting taxed sales from the eCommerce system. Once we start getting sales into OneSaas, you'll typically be faced with the following alert in your OneSaas Status & Data Report:

You can then click on the 'Fix It' option to bring up the relevant configuration screen:

All you'll need to do here, is let us know what tax from your Accounting system matches the tax we found in your eCommerce system. Once the setup is to you and your bookkeepers liking, go ahead an select next to save your changes.

Once done, simply run another sync to see the data go through to your accounting system.

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eBay (plus some other eCommerce systems) and Accounting/Billing integrations

When integrating eBay with accounting systems, OneSaas gives you the following tax mapping options:

-Domestic Tax (for customers in your home country)
-Foreign Tax (for customers outside of your home country)
-Domestic Shipping Tax (charged on shipping within your home country)
-Foreign Shipping Tax (charged on shipping outside of your home country)

The eBay system does not provide OneSaas with any tax data, so we provide you with some basic mapping options to keep your invoices complete. All you need to do is pick a tax from your Accounting system to match each of the four basic tax scenarios. This can also happen with a few other eCommerce systems if we're not getting the right tax data into OneSaas. If you have more complex tax scenarios, just contact our support and we'll look into a custom solution for you!

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