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How to display prices with and without VAT (7 posts)

  1. mr.brownstone
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I set up a small shop based in the UK. On a product page I want to display price with VAT and a price without VAT next to it, e.g.:

    £8.57 (Ex VAT: £7.14)

    so the business customers won't need a calculator while shopping. I have set the VAT to 20%. I can enter all the prices inclusive of tax or exclusive.

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  2. mr.brownstone
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Anyone? This is important if you do B2B.

  3. MeteorMotorsport
    Member
    Posted 12 months ago #

    Hi

    I am in exactly the same boat.

    Off to go looking for a solution.

  4. mr.brownstone
    Member
    Posted 12 months ago #

    I found it. Go to your Dashboard --> WooCommerce --> Settings -->Tax. Look for "Price display suffix" You can set it to :

    inc.Vat | {price_excluding_tax} ex.VAT

    to get both prices. WooCommerce support sucks.

  5. MeteorMotorsport
    Member
    Posted 12 months ago #

    Thanks

    Found that page but had no idea!

    Cheers

  6. MeteorMotorsport
    Member
    Posted 12 months ago #

    Thanks for the help earlier.

    That worked but as it conflicted with my layout i turned it off.

    As far as I can see I could add the same info into my "short description" and have all the info in nice plain text appear there.

    But I am having difficulty as I am not a coder writing the correct code.

    Here is a product I am using to "play" with and it has the (clearly useless) code in the description area.

    Here

    Help PLEASE :-)

  7. Freckles90
    Member
    Posted 1 month ago #

    I am an online shop in the UK. Would appreciate your help.

    We sell to businesses so we have to have our prices for each product listed as trade price (price exclusive of vat). I have displayed '0%' or 20% in a column to allow them to see which are applicable for tax.

    However my BIG problem is, the Subtotal, actually INCLUDES the tax. The Tax should be included in the 'Total GBP' (see below 1st column is my problem - 2nd column is my ideal):-

    Subtotal £81.29 £75.15
    Shipping £ 6.00 £ 6.00
    VAT % £ 7.34 £ 7.34
    TOTAL £88.49 £88.49

    Any help urgently would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you

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