We duplicate invoices on repeat orders. The County Tax Rate changed and, although we updated that rate in our system, the duplicate invoice defaults back to the old tax rate. How can we remove that feature so that the revised tax rate applies to that invoice?
When using the Create a Copy function, it duplicates every information on your invoice regardless of the changes in your system. We can toggle the sales tax item in the TAX field to apply the changes on the copied invoice.
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This answer seems to suggest taking the extra step to edit the new (copied) invoice. We understand that.
The question is ....Is there a setting within Quickbooks to force it to grab the current sales tax rate during the copy action?
Right now, I'm forced to re-type the city in to make sure I get the latest rate and occasionally miss it so end up owing the sales tax myself.
I gotta think this is a no-brainer.
At least give a warning. 'Tax rate is different from invoice, apply new tax rate (yes / no)'? or something like that.
Thanks for sharing your concern here in the Community, @Chris Shockley.
Allow me to share some information about the ability of the create a copy option on for your sales forms.
At this time, the option to have QuickBooks apply the current changes on your sales tax upon copying your sales forms is not applicable to us. However, our developers constantly working to improve the product and appreciates the help of users in bringing things like this to their attention.
I'll take note of your request and update this thread whenever we have this available to our users.
Lastly, I'd encourage you to visit the What's New section on your QuickBooks Desktop to be updated with our latest news and updates including product improvements.
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