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In some locations, it is necessary to track the collection of sales tax according to tax jurisdiction and to display the sales tax assessed by tax jurisdiction on the customer receipt. A tax jurisdiction is an area subject to its own distinct tax regulations, such as a municipality, city, county, or country. For example, a restaurant in Fort Worth, Texas could be subject to multiple tax jurisdictions, such as the state of Texas, the city of Fort Worth, and Tarrant county. NCR Silver Pro Restaurant enables you to easily configure your tax settings to comply with your tax jurisdiction regulations.
  1. Select Settings > Taxes.
  2. Click the location name. The Edit Location screen appears.
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  1. Select This location uses multiple Tax Jurisdictions. The Edit Location screen expands to include Tax Jurisdictions.
User-added imageNote: If you require more than two tax jurisdictions, click Add Jurisdiction.
  1. Under ‘Tax Jurisdiction,’ type the name for each tax jurisdiction.
  2. Click Done. The system returns to the Taxes screen.
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  1. For each tax jurisdiction, enter the tax percentage or select the tax table for each category.
  2. Click Save and exit the Taxes screen.
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After you configure tax jurisdictions, NCR Silver Pro displays the assessment of sales tax according to tax jurisdiction on the customer receipt.

See also:
About Taxes
Adding a Tax Category
Creating a Tax Table

 
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Working with Tax Jurisdictions

  • February 16, 2015
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For NCR Silver Pro Restaurant, learn how to create tax jurisdictions to display on the customer receipt.

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Working with Tax Jurisdictions

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For NCR Silver Pro Restaurant, learn how to create tax jurisdictions to display on the customer receipt.

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In some locations, it is necessary to track the collection of sales tax according to tax jurisdiction and to display the sales tax assessed by tax jurisdiction on the customer receipt. A tax jurisdiction is an area subject to its own distinct tax regulations, such as a municipality, city, county, or country. For example, a restaurant in Fort Worth, Texas could be subject to multiple tax jurisdictions, such as the state of Texas, the city of Fort Worth, and Tarrant county. NCR Silver Pro Restaurant enables you to easily configure your tax settings to comply with your tax jurisdiction regulations.

  1. Select Settings > Taxes.
  2. Click the location name. The Edit Location screen appears.
User-added image
 
  1. Select This location uses multiple Tax Jurisdictions. The Edit Location screen expands to include Tax Jurisdictions.
User-added imageNote: If you require more than two tax jurisdictions, click Add Jurisdiction.
  1. Under ‘Tax Jurisdiction,’ type the name for each tax jurisdiction.
  2. Click Done. The system returns to the Taxes screen.
User-added image
 
  1. For each tax jurisdiction, enter the tax percentage or select the tax table for each category.
  2. Click Save and exit the Taxes screen.
User-added image
 

After you configure tax jurisdictions, NCR Silver Pro displays the assessment of sales tax according to tax jurisdiction on the customer receipt.

See also:
About Taxes
Adding a Tax Category
Creating a Tax Table