a. Location of the field at invoice: Can someone show how it should look like on a real invoice. Unfortunately I could not puzzle out the invoice you send me due to the language.
b. Another important question is wether it should always be displayed at registration? I suppose not all buyers have a company registration number.
2) Display of 0% Vat tax at invoice.
a. The 0 zero tax if should always be displayed at invoice.
b. Should it also be displayed at checkout and order details page?
With this point
1. b. I do not understand whats the fuss about company code? It was always possible to add extra profile field or rename it to what ever you want.
1. a. Tax rate should always be displayed at all times. Scenario:
NR1 Customer from EU VAT registered - 0% tax, EU directive or VAT article 49
Can write 0% tax invoice only customers VAT number is valid here
If number is not valid we go to NR2
NR2 Customer from EU VAT not registered - 18 - 25% tax
NR3 Customer from outside EU - 0% tax, EU directive or VAT article 41
Since good go out of EU it is considered export, can write 0% tax invoice only if I have documents that
proves goods left EU in not we go to NR2
Should it also be displayed at checkout and order details page?
In front end product details page, cart page, checkout page, invoice customer should clearly understand how much tax he pays. How much is the value without tax and with tax applied.
I suppose best case would be show to prices inc tax and excl. tax.
Discount should be shown only if it is not aplied to price without tax already.
- Also I have a questions regarding taxes - I see you have 3 taxes - is this a fake order or you do use 3 taxes in real live? Why would you need several taxes, I thought there is just VAT.
I think only very few EU countries have more then one tax and even less companies who sell difrent taxation % products.
For example in Lithuania 21% applied to all products, 9% to hotels and books. So chance someone will make invoice for say ipod, hotel room rent and TV guide is less then less :)