I'm currently experiencing a weird problem on my Magento 2.2.6 Store. While giving some customer-groups a 0% Tax Rule the prices on the catalog get still displayed with tax, even tho the "tax info text" says its 0%. Am I missing a configuration or do I miss configure something? Cross-Border Trade setting is "off"

I've attached 2 images to visualize the problem a bit better. The first picture shows the price without tax inside the shopping cart ( thats how it is supposed to be ). The second image shows the product at the catalog ( including tax ).

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EDIT 25.10.2018
I had the idea that it was probably an issue from my custom theme but after checking that in comparison with the default Luma Theme I can confirm that this issue still exists.

EDIT 26.10.2018
I thought I had an issue in my taxrules but that look correct for me, i'll attach an image of the configurations below:
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EDIT 29.10.2018
As wished I upload the Rates.csv for you guys to take a look at it:

Basically all 0% Tax-rates are assigned to the "tax free" Customer groups.

  • Can you export your TAX rule class share in your post it for better understand. Commented Oct 27, 2018 at 5:08
  • ive added the export
    – Marcel H.
    Commented Oct 29, 2018 at 8:17
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    I am having the exact same issue, has anyone found the solution to this?
    – ChiVas
    Commented Aug 6, 2020 at 18:28

2 Answers 2


There is a configuration for showing catalog prices with or without tax, you should set it to Excluding Tax

Admin=>Store=>Settings=>Configuration=>Sales=>Tax=>Price Display Settings=>Display Product Prices In Catalog

Magento 2 catalog tax settings

If you got that config correct and it's still showing with the taxes then you might have something else going on in your templates.

  • If i set it to excluding taxes arent all prices displayed excl. tax? Even for the normal customers ?
    – Marcel H.
    Commented Oct 30, 2018 at 8:33
  • After you flush cache, yes
    – Haim
    Commented Oct 30, 2018 at 11:44
  • Then it doesnt work for me. I want to NOT LOGGED IN & General displayed with tax and only for specific customer groups without tax
    – Marcel H.
    Commented Oct 30, 2018 at 12:31
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    Marcel, then you'll need to get or write a module for that - I was just answering the part of your question "Am I missing a configuration or do i missconfigure something " - sorry. The reason why it works in cart is because in the cart it's already part of a quote where tax calculations for this specific customer are taken into account
    – Haim
    Commented Oct 30, 2018 at 13:54

If the customer group is added the tax rule, just don't have a tax rule for that customer group.

If there is multiple rules ensure the customer group is not on there.

Not having tax is the same as trying to set the tax to 0.

That should exclude them. For the main tax rule , you might have to manually select what is needed as it can choose all by default.

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