Many areas of North America and Canada have programs in place that allow for certain clients to be exempt from sales taxes. These could be for either products, services, or any other salon offering depending on the circumstances. SuperSalon enables its users to create unique tax-exempt programs for use with the system, as well as integrate them into the POS for easy use during the sales process.
This article will go over the step-by-step process involved in processing a sales ticket with a tax exemption attached to it. For more information on how to set these exemptions up in SuperSalon, please refer to our Knowledge Base article on the subject.
Processing a Tax Exempt Sale
Step 1: By either New or Quick Sale ticket, bring a sale to the Checkout screen with a taxable item, as shown below. The tax amount is highlighted for visual reference.
Step 2: Click or tap on the “Edit Ticket” button in the upper right-hand corner of the interface.
Step 3: In the “Edit Ticket” pop up, click or tap on the “Replace Tax” button.
Step 4: Select the correct replacement tax that corresponds with an exemption, then click or tap on the “Done” button.
Step 5: When done correctly, the tax amount should be all zeros, as shown below.
Step 6: Lastly, check that all is correct, and ring out the sale as normal with the “Send to Payment” button.
Tax exemptions are one of the easiest ticket attachments to process through SuperSalon, and like all other aspects of our point-of-sale, everything pertaining to it can be customized to the minute detail by business owners.
For more information on this or any other aspect of the SuperSalon point-of-sale, iOffice, or any of our extended services, please consult our Knowledge Base, or let us know via phone or email, and we will be happy to assist you.