On the previous article, we provided information about Tax Classes insight And How To Configure Tax Classes In Magento 2 admin panel. In this article, we will describe the detail of Default Tax Destination and a tutorial on how to configure Default Tax Destination in Magento 2 admin panel for tax calculations.
What is the Default Tax Destination in Magento 2?
Default Tax Destination is the settings that decide the country, state, and ZIP or postal code that is used as the basis of tax calculations.
Tutorial on configuring the Default Tax Destination in Magento 2
To configure the Default Tax Destination for tax calculations, you have to follow these steps:
On admin sidebar, click Stores. Under Settings, click Configure. On the left of the panel under Sales, click Tax. Open the Default Tax Destination Calculation, uncheck the Use system value checkboxes and edit these options as needed:
- Default Country: the country where tax calculations are based.
- Default State: the state that is used as the basis of tax calculations.
- Default Post Code: the postal code or ZIP code which is used as the premise of local tax calculations.
Click Save after completed.
Above is an insight about the Default Tax Destination and tutorial on how to configure the Default Tax Destination in Magento 2 admin panel for tax calculations. We hope that you can find useful information and know how to handle the tax calculations for your web store. If you have other ways to configure or have any question, feel free to leave a comment or contact us directly. In the next article, we will provide pieces of information about EU Place of Supply for Digital Goods. Keep following Magestandard to read more Magento 2 article.