My store sells children's clothing that should be 0% VAT as per new Brexit regulations, but it's not limited to this, some products we sell are miscellaneous, like sunglasses and bags that are 20% VAT. Due to Brexit we will have to do some changes to our product taxation.
The changes after 31st of December are:
The issue is, I'm not sure what is the most logical way of implementing this, for example if a customer adds some products that are 0% and some that are 20% VAT, and the cart is <135 pounds, does taxation apply to all of the cart, ignoring the 0%?
How are you dealing with this? Any suggestions or resolutions are welcome!
Apply cart rule
default tax = 0%;
if($total < 135)
if($category in (23,45,56)) <=== Mention categories for tax 20%
tax = 20%;
use above nested cart rules your problem will be solved , I have not given cart rule syntax here but just shared logic with you, hope it will help you.
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