• Resolved rAthus

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    I’m selling in different countries and two of them (Spain and Belgium) have different taxes for most items.

    I want the products to have the same price in every countries so I chose “Yes” to “Prices entered with tax”.

    Now, if I add a 29.90€ product to my cart with default shipping country (France) that has 5.5% VAT, and select Spain that has 10% tax in the address form, the price of the product jumps to 31.17€.

    If I switch to Belgium which is 6%, the prices changes to 30.04€.

    It’s like it just took the 29.90€ price, calculated price without tax based on the default 5.5% tax rate to get to 28.34€, and from there recalculates the price with the tax of the selected country, instead of keeping the price I entered and deduce whatever tax is associated to the delivery country.

    Steps to reproduce:

    • Head to https://herloop.com/produit/culotte-paris/
    • Choose any size and add to cart
    • Go to checkout
    • Select Spain (“Espagne”) or Belgium (“Belgique”) as a delivery country and watch the price change in the summary under.

    PS: I’m using custom tax rates in an additionnal tax class if that might have an impact.

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 9 months ago by rAthus.

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