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I have the following tax setting now

  • Subtotal: $10.00
  • Shipping & Handling: $5.00
  • Tax (at the moment just using 10% of Subtotal) (10%):$1.00
  • Grand Total: $16.00

And I want it like :

  • Subtotal: $10.00
  • Shipping & Handling: $5.00

  • Tax (need it to be 10% of subtotal [which is working] AND 10% of 54% of shipping & Handling) (10%): $1.27 [$1 as 10% of subtotal and $0.27 for $2.70(which is 54% of $5.00 shipping cost) ]

  • Grand Total: $16.27

Thank you,

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Well, 5% is the same as 10% of 50% so just set a tax rate of 5% for shipping.

You can set the tax class for shipping under System -> Configuration -> Tax -> Tax Class -> Tax Class for Shipping

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  • the above mentioned data is sample for better understanding. - Shipping charges will be different every time. and I have already set the class "shipping" and it is working as well. But I need percentage of tax on percentage of shipping charges. – Vij Aug 31 '16 at 7:13
  • @Vijay you mean the tax rate (%) for shipping will be different every time? Or the actual shipping amount? If the tax rate varies, does it vary on country/state etc, or some other variable? – BlueC Aug 31 '16 at 7:34
  • thanks for the idea. I was not checking it mathematically. I need to apply tax on 54% of shipping amount. I have updated the question as well. yes doing mathematically percentage and apply to shipping tax class may work. – Vij Aug 31 '16 at 7:58
  • and tax rate varies for just couple of states, which I am managing from tax rules. and tax percentage may varies from few orders, so I have to think for customization on tax code as well. Do you have any idea how I can achieve the same with tax module customization? – Vij Aug 31 '16 at 8:01
  • 10% of 54% of the shipping cost is just 5.4% of the shipping cost, so this can be handled easily. Using a combination of the standard Magento tax customisations you should be able to achieve what you want: create the shipping tax class, assign it as the tax class for shipping, set the tax rates per country/state/zip and then set the tax rules. I don't see that it needs any customisation. – BlueC Aug 31 '16 at 8:06

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