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Location Item - Supplier/Tax

Figure: Example Location Items Screen

Supplier Details

This grid shows who can supply this item. A supplier can be a wholesaler, manufacturer, direct or broker.

Preferred

This flag indicates that the item is available from a preferred supplier. If the item is available from more than one supplier, the system will choose the item from the preferred supplier first. The supplier also has a Prefer flag which is used as the default for this flag. When the item is added for this supplier, it will copy the supplier's Prefer flag to here. You can indicate that the item is not preferred by checking this flag off.

Supplier

The company which the item is purchased from. This can be a wholesaler or direct company.

Order

The code which the supplier uses to identify the item. This code is used when ordering the item.

Manufacturer

The company which actually makes the item. If this item is purchased from a direct supplier, the Supplier and Manufacturer will be the same code. If the item was supplied from a wholesaler, the Supplier and Manufacturer are different. The Manufacturer is required so that we can make claims against our purchases.

Deleted Date

Date the item has been deleted from the store because the supplier has deleted the item.

Status

The current status of the product for the supplier.

Tax Details

This grid shows the various tax systems where the item can be purchased and/or sold. You can change the details to show the specific tax details in a tax system.

See Taxes for more information how taxes are set up and used.

Tax System

The tax system where this item is being purchased and/or sold.

Purchase Tax

The tax code which shows the tax to be paid on purchases.

Sales Tax

The tax code which shows the tax to be charged on sales.

Takeaway Sales Tax

The tax code which shows the tax to be charged on 'takeaway' items. This is determined by the Sales Method for the item when it is sold. If the Sales Method's Tax Type is 'Takeaway Away Sales', the item will use this tax code. This allows eat-in/takeaway items to have different tax rates. Eat-in items will use the Sales Tax code.

WET

The Wine Equalisation Tax is only used within the liquor industry. It is calculated as a percentage calculated on Nett Cost + Service Fees - Ullage.

Charged CESS

If this is checked on, DynaPOSTouch will charge CESS on this item. See Tax Concepts for details on CESS.

Charged Service

If this is checked on, DynaPOSTouch will charge Service Fee on this item. See Tax Concepts for details on Service Fee.

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