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Using Avalara for Sales Tax

CommentSold has purchased Avalara accounts for all its shops, simplifying sales tax for all 50 states!

Since the South Dakota v. Wayfair Supreme Court case in , sales taxes for online retailers have gotten a bit more complicated.

 

CommentSold has purchased Avalara accounts for every shop using CommentSold. Avalara integrates with CommentSold to automatically calculate sales tax for orders from all 50 states. This information is stored for you to review/remit sales tax. This will also account for sales tax in returns! For an additional fee, Avalara will file and pay this sales tax for you, to each of the different states.

 

Note: While Avalara can help you collect and remit taxes, we recommend that you work with a tax professional as well. Neither Avalara nor CommentSold is qualified to give you advice on your taxes.

 

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Creating an Avalara Account

 

  1. In your CommentSold admin dashboard, click on the Setup tab. Then click Taxes. 
  2. Click the blue "Create New Avalara Account" button. Complete the form that pops up and click "Create Account." The page will refresh and you will see that the information in the Avalara section has been automatically completed. 

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  3. Check your email for a message from Avalara. Click the link in the email to "Set your password." You will be taken to the Avalara website to enter a password. 


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  4. Once you have chosen a password, log into the Avalara website. Your username will be your email address. This username and password will not match what is in your CommentSold dashboard. You do not need to update any information within CommentSold.

 

Your Avalara account is now created and connected to CommentSold!

Setting Up Avalara

 

Log in to your Avalara account. Visit the Settings page and click "Manage where you collect and remit tax." Your shop's city, county, and state will have automatically populated during the account creation process. 

 

If you exceed the nexus threshold for any other state, you will see this in your main Avalara dashboard. State nexus laws dictate the level of economic activity (revenue, transactions, or both) over which a business is required to pay sales tax to that state. We recommend you check your Avalara account periodically, as you will need to manually add states to the "Manage where you collect and remit tax" section if you cross their thresholds. 

 

 

Visit your CommentSold dashboard. Click the Setup tab and then Taxes. You will see a setting called "Set Avalara Default Product Tax Code." You can click the link to "Search Avalara Tax Codes" to determine what code is best suited for your business.

 

Make sure that "Record Transactions in AvaTax" is enabled. This will send transactions from CommentSold over to Avalara.

 

For more information on setup, visit Avalara's Help Center here.

Adding Tax Codes to Products

 

When adding products to CommentSold, you will need to include a tax code. The Default Product Tax Code you entered under Setup → Taxes will be automatically populated. However, if your product falls in a different category, you can enter the appropriate tax code on the Edit Product page. 

 

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If you are adding Avalara after you have existing products in your account, or if you need to update multiple product's tax codes for any reason, there is an option to bulk update.

 

Visit the Products tab in your CommentSold dashboard. Click the checkbox next to the products you need to update. Click the drop down arrow next to the checkbox and scroll down to "Update Avalara Tax Codes." You can then enter to tax code you would like to change these items to.

 

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Viewing Transactions

 

Log in to your Avalara account. Click "Transactions" in the navigation bar. You will see all transactions sent from CommentSold to Avalara here. 

 

We recommend you create a test transaction within your CommentSold account to confirm the connection.

 

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Once you have confirmed that transactions are flowing into Avalara, you are good to go!

Sours: https://learn.commentsold.com/en/sales-tax-with-avalara

 

TaxCode Definition - Avalara AvaTax (AT) Tax Codes

 

AvaTax subscribers have access to hundreds of AvaTax System Tax Codes, refer to available tax codes within AvaTax Administrator Console setup. A tax code is a unique identifying code for similar products, services, or charges that tells Avalara AvaTax what kind of sales tax, if any, to charge for them. Thousands of related tax rules power the tax engine to correctly process transactions for each jurisdiction in the United States and Canada. To take advantage of these tax rules, each product, service, or charge in JD Edwards and SmarterCommerce Ecommerce/POS applications may be mapped to an AvaTax System Tax Code. If a product, service or charge does not have a rule associated, it is simply taxed at the applicable rates for Origin, Destination and Nexus settings.

The SmarterCommerce Avalara AvaTax Connector passes the JD Edwards second item number (LITM) to the ItemCode field within the Get Tax calculation.  The TaxCode related to the JD Edwards second item number is also passed and fetched from the item branch record category codes (F - specific category code utilized is dependent on alias code setting within SmarterCommerce ATTAXCODE constant), if category code value in table is found <blank>, then value is fetched from the item master record category codes (F - specific category code utilized is dependent on alias code setting within SmarterCommerce ATTAXCODE constant), and if category code value is still found <blank> then tax code is fetched based on AT Tax Code Definition form exit for a specific Company, Line Type, Carrier Number, Mode of Transport and Freight Handling Code as described below. 

Alternatively, tax codes can be defined directly within the AvaTax Administrator Console.  To specify Tax Codes for specific item numbers (ItemCodes) map the JD Edwards second item number (LITM) within the AvaTax Administrator Console (go to Organization > Items button) to its related TaxCode.

To map a specific Company, Line Type, Carrier Number, Mode of Transport or Freight Handling Code to a tax code go to Company Settings application (PQ67ATSY) form exit AT Tax Codes.

If you send a value in BOTH the ItemCode and the TaxCode fields to AvaTax, the behavior within the Get Tax calculation is as follows:

1. If the ItemCode sent is mapped to a TaxCode within the Avalara AvaTax Admin Console, the mapped TaxCode defined in the Avalara AvaTax Admin Console will be used for product taxability rules, regardless of what is sent in the TaxCode field of connector.

2. If the ItemCode sent is not mapped to a TaxCode within the Avalara AvaTax Admin Console, the TaxCode passed as part of the connector will be used for product taxability rules.

3. ItemCodes (JD Edwards second item numbers) that have, or are mapped to TaxCodes that have NO rule associated with them are simply taxed at the applicable rates for Origin, Destination and Nexus settings.

 

For Item TaxCode Definition

 

Group similar products, services or charges within the JD Edwards inventory system using the User Defined Code (UDC) table associated to alias defined in the ATTAXCODE constant, refer to Constants Settings constant value ATTAXCODE.  Required AvaTax tax codes should be defined as special handling code values to its associated UDC value associated to the JD Edwards second item number (LITM).  For example, if the ATTAXCODE is set to constant value SRP0 the system will utilize UDC table 41/10 to fetch the associated AvaTax tax code from the special handling code field of the UDC as reflected below.  The tax code value will be retrieved considering the following rule:

 

1. The first level TaxCode fetch uses the UDC value associated to the JD Edwards second item number related to the item branch record (table F).  If the value returned is not <blank>, the TaxCode retrieved is passed to Avalara AvaTax Get Tax calculation, else if the value is <blank> the process continues to next step.

 

2. The next level TaxCode fetch uses the UDC value associated to the JD Edwards second item number related to the item master record (table F).  If the value returned is not <blank>, the TaxCode retrieved is passed to Avalara AvaTax Get Tax calculation, else if the value is <blank> the process continues to next step.

 

3. The next level TaxCode fetch uses the Freight TaxCode Definition and Generic or Custom TaxCode Definition table below.  If the value returned is not <blank>, the TaxCode retrieved is passed to Avalara AvaTax Get Tax calculation, else if the value is <blank> the process continues to next step.

 

4. A <blank> value is passed in tax code field to the AvaTax Get Tax calculation.

 

 

For Freight TaxCode Definition

 

Define the mapping of order line level company, order line level line type, order line level carrier, order line level mode of transportation (MOT), and order line level freight handling (FRTH) code to the appropriate Avalara AvaTax TaxCode considering the following rule:

1. The first level TaxCode fetch uses the Order Line Level Company, Order Line Level Line Type, Order Line Level Carrier, Order Line Level Mode of Transportation and Order Line Level Freight Handling Code. If a record is found, the TaxCode is retrieved and passed to Avalara AvaTax Get Tax calculation.

2. If no record is found, a fetch is executed using Company , Order Line Level Line Type, Order Line Level Carrier, Order Line Level Mode of Transportation and Order Line Level Freight Handling Code. If a record is found, the TaxCode is retrieved and passed to Avalara AvaTax Get Tax calculation.

3. If no record is found, a fetch is executed using Order Line Level Company and Order Line Level Line Type only. If a record is found, the TaxCode is retrieved and passed to Avalara AvaTax Get Tax calculation.

4. If no record is found, a fetch is executed using Company and Order Line Level Line Type. If a record is found, the TaxCode is retrieved and passed to Avalara AvaTax Get Tax calculation.

 

 

 

 

For Generic or Custom TaxCode Definition

 

Define the mapping of order line level company and order line level line type to the appropriate AvaTax TaxCode considering the following rule:

1. The first level TaxCode fetch is executed using Order Line Level Company and Order Line Level Line Type only. If a record is found, the TaxCode is retrieved and passed to AvaTax Get Tax calculation.

2. If no record is found, a fetch is executed using Company and Order Line Level Line Type. If a record is found, the TaxCode is retrieved and passed to AvaTax Get Tax calculation.

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Map the items you sell to Avalara tax codes

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Map the items you sell to Avalara tax codes so that AvaTax calculates the most accurate sales tax rate for your customers. If you don't assign tax codes, all products and services are taxed at the standard rate for each jurisdiction. Examples of products with varying tax rates include clothing, food, software, medical supplies, software subscriptions, and freight.  

Before you begin

  1. Find the right Avalara tax codes for your products and services.
  2. Determine where you want to map items to Avalara tax codes.
    • The most common place to map an item to a tax code is the place where you maintain your master inventory list, which is typically in your business application. Find your business application or system for specific instructions.
    • We recommend mapping items to tax codes in either your business application or system or AvaTax, but not both. Mapping items in AvaTax overrides mapping items in your application. 
    • If your transactions come from multiple systems, it's usually easier to map all of them in AvaTax to simplify item mapping maintenance. 
  3. If you also use AvaTax to calculate custom duties or other special taxes, you may also need to map your items to tariff codes or product attributes. Items with these parameters can't be imported in bulk.

Steps

To map items to Avalara tax codes in AvaTax

  1. In AvaTax, go to Settings > What you sell.
  2. Click Add an item.
  3. Enter an item code and description.
    The item code must match the name of the product, service, or charge as it is recorded in your business application.
  4. Select the Avalara tax code that best fits your item.  
    A list of codes displays when you start typing.
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  5. If you can't find the code you're looking for, scroll down to the end of the list and click Browse the directory. Or, create a custom tax code. 
  6. Select one of the following options:
    • Save: If you use AvaTax to calculate sales and use tax, VAT, or GST, select Save when you're done.
    • Save and get attributes: If you use AvaTax to calculate other types of taxes or fees, select Save and Get Attributes.
      If additional attributes are required for accurate tax calculation, they appear under the Define Product Attributes section.
      1. Enter the required information for each attribute.
        Refer to this guide for more information about the attribute options.
      2. Select Save when you're done.
  7. Repeat steps  if you have more than one item to map. 

AvaTax adjusts the tax rate and displays the items on the What You Sell page. Go to Settings > What you Sell to see your items.  

Sours: https://help.avalara.com/Avalara_AvaTax_Update/Map_the_items_you_sell_to_Avalara_tax_codes

Avalara Tax Code Setup

MoversSuite Administration > Accounting and Financial Services > Avalara Tax Code

Use this setup to map MoversSuite item codes (defined in Item Code Setup) to Tax Code values supported by Avalara.  These Tax Codes provide special instructions to Avalara to assist in computing the tax.  Note: A company will create Tax Codes through their Avalara account.

Tax Code Description

Enter a text description to identify this record (up to 32 characters).  The values entered here will be available for assignment as a Default Sales Tax Code within the Avalara Interface Setup.

Tax Code

Provide the code supported by Avalara for a company (up to 25 characters).  This code is passed along to Avalara to assist in computing the tax.

Mapping

Associate Item Codes by selecting Revenue Groups (on the left) and individual Item Codes (on the right). The Tax Code will be sent for selected Item Codes to the Avalara system.

Sours: http://www.ewsgroup.com/moverssuite/support/onlinehelp/R03/WordDocuments/avalarataxcodesetup.htm

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Avalara AvaTax

Where do I find my Company Code?

You create your company code. It can be whatever you want (like a number, an abbreviation, or an acronym). It is required.

Can I use my AvaTax Account in multiple stores?

Yes. On your Avalara AvaTax account, you will add a company. See Add a Company from Avalara's help center for instructions. Once it is set up on your AvaTax account, go to your other store and log in with your Avalara credentials during tax setup. A list of your companies will display during the setup, select the company you want to associate with that store.

Can sales tax be calculated on international transactions through the AvaTax app?

Avalara AvaTax will calculate VAT/GST for transactions into EU member states and any other country that charges VAT/GST, as long as the country has been enabled for VAT/GST collection.

How do I assign Avalara product tax codes to products?

Avalara product tax codes can be assigned to products one at a time via the control panel, or in bulk via a product import using a CSV file. See our article on charging product-specific tax rates with automatic tax for more information.

Can I assign Avalara product tax codes to variants?

Yes, Avalara product tax codes can be assigned to variants by importing or adding them manually in your Avalara AvaTax account. If you plan on importing your SKUs, you'll need to create a CSV file with the following three columns:

  • Item — the SKU code from BigCommerce for the variant
  • ItemDescription — a comment associated with an item that describes the product, service, or charge. The same value can be used for both Item and ItemDescription. Duplicate descriptions are allowed.
  • TaxCode — the Avalara Product Tax code for the variant

It’s important to note that there is a maximum of , items per import. If you must map more than , SKU codes to Avalara Product Tax Codes, you will need to perform multiple imports. It is also possible to create, read, update, and delete items in AvaTax using their API.

To assign an Avalara product tax code to a variant, log into your Avalara account, click Settings in the upper-right of the admin screen, then click Manage items with special tax treatment. From here you can add items one-by-one or import items in bulk using a CSV file. See Avalara's Import and map items to tax codes to learn more.

Can I make customers tax exempt with AvaTax?

Yes, see our article on creating tax-exempt customers using an automatic tax provider. You will need to assign the appropriate entity/use letter code to your customers.

Why was a 10% tax rate applied? That is not correct.

A fallback tax rate of 10% is applied when there is a failure to connect to Avalara's automatic tax calculation service. It can also happen if a shipping origin address hasn't been set up in the Shipping Manager, or when the customer's address could not be validated. Check the Shipping Manager and ensure there is a valid address set as a Shipping Origin. Check status.bigcommerce.com to see if there are any service performance issues with Avalara's service.

Optionally, instead of the flat 10% rate, you can choose to use your store's manual tax configuration as the fallback rate. Go to Store SetupTax and click Edit to change your Fallback Tax setting.

What if my taxes aren’t being calculated correctly?

You can check the status of servers that handle tax calculation by going to status.bigcommerce.com to see if there are any service performance issues with Avalara's service. If there are no issues with performance, check the following:

  • If the tax rate is not calculating as you expect, login to Avatax and go to Settings to confirm you have selected the correct jurisdictions. If these are all correct, contact Avalara's support.
  • Compare the tax between your Avatax account and BigCommerce. If these are different, contact BigCommerce support to report it.
  • Check that you have set up a Store Profile country in one of the supported countries.

How can I adjust how rounding works with Avalara?

Avalara can round tax amounts at the line-level or document-level. See Change how AvaTax Update rounds the tax amount from Avalara's help center for instructions.

What is Default Tax Address?

If you are in an area where tax is usually incorporated into the product price (such as the EU, UK or Australia), you can use this setting to determine which tax rate is incorporated. If you are in the US or Canada, we recommend leaving this blank. This setting changes the apparent product price throughout your store until a customer checks out or estimates applied taxes on the View Cart page.

See Manual Tax Setup for more information about Default Tax Address.

Does Avalara support recent updates to UK VAT policy?

Avalara AvaTax supports VAT, which includes UK VAT. For more information on configuring VAT with Avalara, see Avalara's VAT information webpage or contact Avalara's support team. For more information on how these changes affect stores with UK customers, see our product blog post on UK VAT Changes in What You Need to Know.

How does Avalara calculate VAT for businesses selling in Northern Ireland?

As a part of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, the UK and EU agreed that Northern Ireland would take up a dual status within the EU and UK VAT customs union and market for goods only. Avalara now automatically associates businesses and customers transacting in Northern Ireland to the XI country code to correctly calculate sales tax.

See Northern Ireland ISO code update for businesses selling into Northern Ireland in Avalara's help center for more information on VAT in Northern Ireland.

Sours: https://support.bigcommerce.com/s/article/Avalara-AvaTax
Introduction to Tax Rates API by Avalara


Introduction

Avalara Integration in Zoho Subscriptions is an alternative to the manual method of determining and associating sales tax rates to your transactions.

With the new Avalara integration, Zoho Subscriptions not only automates your final calculations but also fetches the right tax rates and exemption reasons for all your transactions.

Note: When you integrate with Avalara, your Address, Country and Avalara credentials such as Account Number, License Key, Company Code and Mode will be shared with them.

Integration

Prerequisites

  1. Avarala can be enabled only if Accrual is selected as the organization’s Tax Basis.

  2. Make sure you have an account in Avalara. You can create tax codes for your organization there and use these later in Zoho Subscriptions.

  3. Enter the credentials required to set up the integration here. If no company code is provided, the default company in Avalara will be integrated with Zoho Subscriptions.

  4. While entering your Avalara credentials (such as Account Number, License Key and Company Code), select Development against Mode if you have a sandbox account in Avalara. If not, select Production.

Setting up integration

  • Sign into your Zoho Subscriptions account.
  • Click on Gear icon > Taxes.
  • Now, click on the Use Avalara Integration button in the top right corner.
  • Enter your Avalara credentials and save them to get started.

Taxes and tax rates

Plans

With Avalara integrated, you will need not to manually mark a plan either Taxable or Non taxable. Instead, simply enter Tax Code for each plan. To do this,

  • While creating or editing a plan, under the Tax code field, reproduce the appropriate tax code for that plan as provided by Avalara.
  • Select Sales under Account. All transactions involving this plan will now be tracked with this account

Once a tax code is associated in Zoho Subscriptions, Avalara will use a combination of this and the address of the customer to determine the taxability status of the plan (tax exempt, partially or fully taxable) in your customer’s location.

Customers

  • Click on the Customers tab in Zoho Subscriptions.
  • Select the + New button to create a new contact or edit an existing contact.
  • Provide a valid address for the customer under the Address sub tab, ensuring authenticity in the street name and zip code that you provide.
  • If the customer is tax-exempt, enter the Exemption Number.

Create contact

  • Customers located outside USA (such as the European union) are eligible for VAT handling. When a currency apart from USD is selected for a customer, you will be asked to specify the country and VAT ID. This information is used to handle all VAT calculations for this contact.

Similar to plan creation, you no longer need to research a customer’s address and taxability status and manually associate a tax rate. It will be automatically fetched based on the parameters you specified during creation as explained below,

  • Address : Providing a valid address which Avalara can verify using geolocation technology will ensure that you’ve fetched the exact tax rates pertaining to the customer.

  • Exemption Number/Entity Code : If you’re dealing with a customer who does not need to pay sales tax (say a non-profit organization), you can simply add or select the right entity code from the list corresponding to the exemption status of the customer. Alternatively, if the customer possesses an exemption certificate issued by the government, the number on that certificate i.e the exemption number will suffice to make that customer exempt from all tax calculations in Zoho Subscriptions.

  • VAT ID : Tax rates of customers located in European Union will be fetched and stored using the VAT ID and country details provided during contact creation. VAT jurisdictions will be enabled for your organization only if it’s requested for when signing up for AvaTax. Learn more about VAT Transactions in Avalara here.

Note : You can change the entity code, exemption number or contact address anytime within a transaction, right from their respective fields before saving it.

Transactions

Sales tax in Zoho Subscriptions is calculated on entities like Invoices and Credit Notes. When a subscription is created for a customer, Avalara does the following :

  • Determines the product and its plan’s taxability in the customer’s location.
  • Determines if the customer is taxable or not.
  • Fetches precise tax rates for the transaction by mapping to the right jurisdiction in that location.

You can always change the plan and customer tax criteria while creating a new transaction as well. This is handy for isolated transactions where you might need to make a normally taxable customer tax exempt, or you’re shipping to a different address for a regular customer.

Other Actions

Update Credentials

To update your avalara credentials,

  • Navigate to Gear icon > Taxes.
  • Click on the Update Credentials button and enter your new credentials and click on Save.

Update Credentials

Disable Avalara Integration

To disable the avalara integration completely,

  • Navigate to Gear icon > Taxes.
  • Click on the Disable Avalara Integration button to completely disable it. Once disabled, you can revert back to use manual tax rates.

Disable integration

Avalara integrations can also be disabled at the following levels,

  • Disable Address Verification - Address of your customers will not be verified by Avalara.

  • Disable Tax Calculation - Taxes will not be calculated on any transaction created once this option is chosen.

Also, you can choose the address for which the tax is applicable by clicking on Change against the option Applicable For. Select either Use Billing Address or Use Shipping Address and click Save.

If a subscription is created and an invoice is raised after changing this setting, the address used for tax calculation on sales transactions will be based on the chosen address.

Note : Avalara integration cannot be disabled if any active subscription uses Avalara. You have to cancel the subscription manually and try again.

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Set Up Tax Codes

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You can configure tax codes and upload tax rates for both the Zuora Tax and the Avalara tax engines. See Taxes for more information.

Add a Tax Code for Zuora Tax

To create a new tax code that uses Zuora Tax:

  1. Click your username at the top right and navigate to Billing > Setup Taxation Codes.
  2. Click add new tax code.
  3. Enter the following information in the Basic Information panel: 
    1. Specify a name in the Tax Code Name field to identify the tax code. This field is used to map to the product charge. 
    2. Select Zuora Tax from the Tax Engine list. This field selects which of your configured tax engines will be used to calculate tax rates for this tax code.
    3. Specify the tax code description in the Description field. This field is available in the following documents:
      • invoice Details Export
      • Credit Taxation Item Details Export (This feature is in Limited Availability.)
      • Debit Taxation Item Details Export (This feature is in Limited Availability.)
    4. Click Save.
  4. Import tax rates to Zuora:
    1. Click Choose File in the Zuora Tax Engine: Tax Rates panel to locate the CSV file to import, and then click import tax rates. You can download the tax rate import file template in CSV format by clicking the here link. See Load Tax Rates for the definition of the CSV file fields.
    2. &#;Click Ok when Zuora confirms that the tax rates have been uploaded.  

If you have successfully uploaded the CSV file, the tax code is now activated.

Add a Tax Code for Avalara

This feature is in Controlled Release. Submit a request at Zuora Global Support to get this feature enabled for your tenant.

It is not possible to define new tax codes through calls to the Zuora API; tax codes must be defined using the Zuora UI.

To create a new tax code that uses the Avalara tax engine:

  1. Click your username at the top right and navigate to Billing > Setup Taxation Codes.
  2. Click add new tax code.
  3. Enter the following information in the Basic Information panel:
    1. Specify a name in the Tax Code Name field to identify the tax code. This field is used to map to the product charge, for example, Freight service.
    2. Select the name of the Avalara tax engine from the Tax Engine list, for example,  Zuora SE. This field selects which of your configured tax engines will be used to calculate tax rates for this tax code. See Set Up Connections to Avalara for how to set up an Avalara tax engine.
    3. Select the Avalara Company Code from the list. This is the unique code that identifies the company in the AvaTax account. See Set Up Connections to Avalara for more information.
    4. Specify the Avalara Tax Code in this field. This field is a unique label to group Items (products, services, or charges) together, as defined in your Avalara Tax account. See Configure Tax Codes in Zuora Billing for Avalara for more information.
    5. Specify the tax code description in the Description field. This field is available in the following documents:
      • Invoice PDF
      • Invoice Details Export
      • Credit Taxation Item Details Export (This feature is in Limited Availability.)
      • Debit Taxation Item Details Export (This feature is in Limited Availability.)
    6. Click Save.

The new Tax Code is in active status. 

Sours: https://knowledgecenter.zuora.com/Billing/Taxes/Additional_resources_on_taxes/Set_Up_Tax_Codes


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