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August 23rd, 2007, 08:34 PM
~Kris~ ~Kris~ is offline
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Join Date: Oct 2006
Posts: 32,940
What's your sales tax rate? I finally figured out the CVS formula for calculating all the EB's, coupons, and tax. They subtract all coupons and EB's you use from the pre-tax amount first which then brings down the taxable amount. So to calculate your tax in there, you get to use the $3.05 amount which is a great plus for you. And that means you can save that extra EB you have for later. [/b]
The tax formula will depend on your state's laws. I've had negative subtotals before from using coupons, but I still get charged the tax on the full amount, making we have to pay. I just had this the other day when the cashier messed up my diaper coupons (in a good way for me!). My subtotal was -.05, tax was 3.45 so I ended up paying 3.40.
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