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  1. I may have found a fairly ugly workaround. set 0% VAT products as ‘services’. Set global VAT rate as 20%. Set ‘digital and services’ as 0% VAT rate. Create products and then add a custom data collection form to the 0% VAT products ONLY to capture delivery address at point of order. 20% VAT products capture delivery address in checkout. Delivery addresses captured for each item, and the correct VAT rate is charged.
  2. wow. this has been a known feature request for years and still it's not fixed? how do SQSP expect to be seen as a legitimate alternative to shopify (great on tax / sites look like crap)? Guess it's back to shopify and I'll write off 2 weeks of work. Nice one SQSP!
  3. I'm in exactly the same boat. signed up, half built a site, came to add the products with and without tax and boom - game over. ridiculous.
  4. Hello. I'm part-way through building my new squarespace store. We sell printed goods. As you may be aware, the VAT on printed goods in the UK is not 20% flat rate. For example, leaflets are VAT free as they are ephemeral in nature, whereas posters are charged +20% VAT as they are deemed to have a longer useful life. This is UK tax law. Imagine my horror when I discover at a very late stage that "It's not possible to set different tax rates based on the product." I am staggered to learn this. The option to set a tax rate by product is something shopify has offered since God was a boy. Has anyone else come across this issue? Are squarespace looking at fixing this?
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