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From BJ Freeman <bjf...@free-man.net>
Subject Re: TaxWare status of 9.04
Date Fri, 02 Jul 2010 00:17:30 GMT
taxware as it is in the svn need to be updated to one of the current ADP 
I am not sure about zipsales

as an alternative:
by structuring the GL you can break down taxes to the taxing 
jurisdiction code.
a report page would have to be created to generate the state taxing 
jurisdiction code reports that they need.

once you modify the GL, add entities to import the data from Washington 
state, and Create the report pages, will have a base package.
you can import from
and make it a service that pulls this data quarterly into ofbiz.
you can use the taxware datafile as examples on how to do this.

you can also create a seperate datasource in ofbiz so you can put this 
on a seperate DB server for speed.
the advantantage is you don't have to be concerned about internet delays 
to get you tax info. this speeds up you check out process.

BJ Freeman
Strategic Power Office with Supplier Automation  <http://www.businessesnetwork.com/automation/viewforum.php?f=52>
Specialtymarket.com  <http://www.specialtymarket.com/>

Systems Integrator-- Glad to Assist

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Mike Z sent the following on 7/1/2010 4:19 PM:
> Does anyone actively use TaxWare on 9.04?  If so, are you satisfied
> with it?  Since I live in WA state, I would have to charge
> deistination tax to customers.  Can TaxWare properly support WA state?
>   There are 350 different sales tax jurisdictions in WA state, each
> requiring monthly/quarterly reporting.
> Are there any other sales tax solutions available besides TaxWare and
> ZipSales, that are not part of SVN?  From what I can gather, ZipSales
> is no longer available.
> Comments?
> Thanks

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