Support » Plugin: ATUM Inventory Management for WooCommerce » Tax in Purchase Order

  • Resolved ibrahimoo

    (@ibrahimoo)


    Hello,

    First let me thank you for this great plugin!

    I have a question regarding Taxes.
    In Product page, ATUM Purchase Price is set AFTER Tax (VAT), however in PO, the prices are displayed BEFORE tax.
    1. Is there a way to display Purchase Price the same as it’s in the Product page (including Tax)?
    2. Even after maually adding the Tax column, the total (for each product) still shows the total before Tax. In case the above option is not possible, is there a way to make the Total takes the Tax into account in calculation? (tax included)

    Many thanks for your kind support.
    Ibrahim

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  • Plugin Author Salva Machi

    (@salvamb)

    Hi @ibrahimoo

    Actually, the Purchase Orders follow the same behaviour as the WooCommerce orders regarding taxes and they adjust to your WooCommerce’s taxes configuration and it isn’t possible to change this behaviour (at least not without custom coding).

    The ability to set up distinct taxes configurations per PO it’s a feature that will come with the future Purchase Orders Premium add-on.

    Best Regards,
    Salva.

    Thread Starter ibrahimoo

    (@ibrahimoo)

    Hi @salvamb,

    Thank you for your response.

    I see your point however, it’s really weird and confusing to have a “Total Price” which is not in fact a reall Total!

    Price | Quantiy | Total | Tax(VAT)
    10 | 2 | 20 | 2.2

    You see! This is what I mean, it’s confusing.
    Hope something can be done in this regards,

    Thanks a lot.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by ibrahimoo.
    Plugin Support andrearebel1

    (@andrearebel1)

    Hi @ibrahimoo

    I will give you an example in order to make it clear.

    With inclusive taxes enabled, imagine you have a product with a Purchase Price of 1.

    If you make a purchase order, and the VAT is 20% the VAT will be 0,17, the subtotal will be 0,83, so the Purchase Price will be 1, as taxes are inclusive.

    So I’m afraid it works fine for me.

    Please, let me know if now it’s more clear now and if you still think it’s confusing for you let me know.

    Best Regards,

    Andrea.

    Thread Starter ibrahimoo

    (@ibrahimoo)

    Hi Andrea,

    I think you mean 17% instead of 20%.

    In reference to your example, you are right 0.83 is the “sub-total” but in the form/interface it says “Total”! This is where the confusion comes from.

    Hope I’m clear in my point.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Salva Machi

    (@salvamb)

    Hi @ibrahimoo

    We aren’t sure we are understanding what you mean.
    Actually, the Purchase Orders UI it’s exactly the same as WooCommerce’s Orders UI, and its behaviour is also the same regarding taxes (the only difference is that POs are getting the Purchase Price and the WC orders are getting the price for the products you add).

    Do you see something working differently for POs and WC orders on your specific configuration?

    Best Regards,
    Salva.

    Thread Starter ibrahimoo

    (@ibrahimoo)

    Hi Salva,

    It’s not about ATUM but just thinking how ATUM can help making things clearer.

    In short, is there a way (hook/filter) to display Pruchase Price as it’s filled in the Product page, Tax/VAT INCLUDED?

    Thanks
    Ibrahim

    Plugin Author Salva Machi

    (@salvamb)

    Hi @ibrahimoo

    I believe this is not so simple to change as using a simple hook as there is some logic that should be adapted also.
    But, perhaps you can try to overwrite the PO item template to alter the values there.
    The template you should check is stored here:

    /wp-content/plugins/atum-stock-manager-for-woocommerce/views/meta-boxes/atum-order/item.php

    But we recommend you don’t edit that ATUM file directly. Instead of that, you can copy the file to your child theme and change it there as wished.
    You have more info about how to overwrite any ATUM template on this thread:

    https://forum.stockmanagementlabs.com/d/1088-po-color-numbers/3

    Best Regards,
    Salva.

    Thread Starter ibrahimoo

    (@ibrahimoo)

    Hi Salva,

    I’ll work with this approach.
    Thank you Salva so much for your support.

    Plugin Author Salva Machi

    (@salvamb)

    You’re welcome 😉

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