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What is the best way to configure tax in the following scenario: I have two websites: Site A:

  • tax rates: 0, 9, 21
  • countries NL, BE
  • all tax rates are applicable to both countries

Site B:

  • tax rates: 0, 9, 21
  • countries: NL, BE
  • all tax rates applicable to NL only
  • For BE no tax is applied.

Products are configured to have tax class 0% BTW or 9% BTW or 21% BTW. If I select 21% BTW for a product then for site A it works without an issue, but for site B, I cannot make it 21% when NL is selected as the country in checkout and 0% when BE is selected. How can this be achieved?

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Create TAX rule and rate different for each site and assign TAX class website wise within the product.

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  • yes i have applied the tax class. But if I apply tax class, say, 21%BTW to a product, it will have the same class for both BE and NL countries. – Manish Shrestha Jul 2 at 13:32
  • Tax class - All applicable NL BE create - 0 NL create - 9 NL create - 21 NL create - 0 BE create - 9 BE create - 21 BE Tax class - All applicable NL create - 0 NL create - 9 NL create - 21 NL In Product site A: Tax class - All applicable NL BE In Product site B: Tax class - All applicable NL – Kinjal Patel Jul 2 at 14:02
  • i don't understand your previous comment. Could you clarify it a bit more? – Manish Shrestha Jul 9 at 10:53

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