You can find this section in HostBill Admin → Settings → General Settings → Taxes
This option controls whether or not tax is calculated, you need to enable this to see other tax options.
This option changes how prices are calculated.
Controls whether or not you want to compound and collect a level 2 tax or not. Tax level 2 may be required in some countries (for example in Canada) and needs to be described separately on the invoice. Regular level 2 tax is calculated from the net amount. Compound level 2 tax is calculated from the amount excluding tax level 1.
Adds additional taxes for late invoices, thus applying taxes to the late fee balance.
If enabled, domain registrations, transfers and renewal will be taxed.
Controls whether tax is calculated for time tracking entries. Time tracking entries are used for billing tickets - you can learn more in Ticket Billing article.
Controls whether tax is calculated before or after credit is applied.
Controls whether tax should be calculated for items with negative amount on all invoices or only credit note invoices.
With this option you can choose to round tax for each item / invoice line or round tax for total amount
If enabled, tax will be added to invoices generated with "Add funds" feature.
This option allows you to define taxes that will be applied to your client invoices. Click on 'Add new tax" button and configure your tax rules:
You can quickly set-up your tax configuration by using one of our presets. Simply choose the country from the drop-down list.
You can create multiple tax groups (by default there is one, standard tax group), with different tax levels and assign them to different products.
To create a new tax group click on green 'Add group' button, enter the name and description for the group. Once you create a group you can add and configure a new tax and assign it to the given group. This is especially useful to EU businesses, where there are different tax rates for different products, depending on product/service category etc.