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Old 12-11-2017, 07:53 AM
Troupos758 Troupos758 is offline
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South Carolina Sales Tax Help!

Hi - I am new to using Sage 50. Also new to operating in South Carolina. I am looking for help on setting up sales tax codes in Sage 50 since the various zip codes have different tax rates through out the state and the sales tax form requires sales to be reported by zip code.
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Old 12-11-2017, 12:41 PM
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The sales tax setup works pretty slick in Sage. You would go under Maintain/Sales Tax and choose to setup a new tax. On that first tab you would select how many agencies make up the overall tax ie State and a local tax would be 2. You then would create the state tax agency and related rate and then on the next one you would create the local agency and rate and then on the final tab it would be the combined total of both of those. When you go to make a second tax code you would already have the state one entered so you could select 2, then select the state code and then would have to create the new local tax.
Once you create the codes and use them you can utilize the Sales Tax report at the bottom of the Reports/Accounts Receivable list and it will break down the sales tax by agency (zip code in your case) to easily be able to file online.
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