Add 50% Sales tax or VAT to the tax free value of 162. Calculate tax inclusive value (with charge, fee included) and the added tax net amount

Latest sales taxes or value added taxes (VAT) added to tax free values. Calculated tax inclusive values (charge, fee included) and the net amounts of the added taxes.

 Add 50% tax to 162 Dec 18 20:53 UTC (GMT) Add 14% tax to 1,572.5 Dec 18 20:53 UTC (GMT) Add 10% tax to 593 Dec 18 20:53 UTC (GMT) Add 20% tax to 3.7 Dec 18 20:53 UTC (GMT) Add 19% tax to 16,247.78 Dec 18 20:52 UTC (GMT) Add 19% tax to 1,890.37 Dec 18 20:52 UTC (GMT) Add 20% tax to 21.21 Dec 18 20:52 UTC (GMT) Add 19% tax to 146,692 Dec 18 20:52 UTC (GMT) Add 20% tax to 2,296 Dec 18 20:51 UTC (GMT) Add 75% tax to 80 Dec 18 20:51 UTC (GMT) Add 3.5% tax to 1,679.64866325 Dec 18 20:50 UTC (GMT) Add 19% tax to 1,800 Dec 18 20:49 UTC (GMT) Add 19% tax to 28.4 Dec 18 20:49 UTC (GMT) All sales taxes or VAT added to calculate tax inclusive values.

Tax inclusive value = Tax free value + Tax value (Sales tax or VAT depending on the country)

How to calculate Tax inclusive value (how to add tax to the value without tax)

• Tax inclusive value = Tax free value + Tax value
• Tax value = Tax% × Tax free value
• Tax inclusive value = Tax free value + Tax% × Tax free value = (1 + Tax%) × Tax free value
• In conclusion:

Tax free value = Tax inclusive value ÷ (1 + Tax%) ... if we know the Tax inclusive value

• If Tax rate is 19%, (1 + Tax%) = 1 + 19% = 100/100 + 19/100 = 119/100 = 1.19 => Tax included value = 1.19 × Tax free value, and Tax free value = Tax included value ÷ 1.19;
• If Tax rate is 9%, (1 + Tax%) = 1 + 9% = 100/100 + 9/100 = 109/100 = 1.09 => Tax included value = 1.09 × Tax free value, and Tax free value = Tax included value ÷ 1.09;
• If Tax rate is 5%, (1 + Tax%) = 1 + 5% = 100/100 + 5/100 = 105/100 = 1.05 => Tax included value = 1.05 × Tax free value, and Tax free value = Tax included value ÷ 1.05;
• If TAX rate was 120%, (1 + Tax%) = 1 + 120% = 100/100 + 120/100 = 220/100 = 2.2 => Tax included value = 2.2 × Tax free value, and Tax free value = Tax included value ÷ 2.2.

Sales tax

A sales tax is a consumption tax imposed by the government on the sale of goods and services. The sales tax is paid by the consumer to the retailer, as a percentage of the retail cost, who transfers the payment to the state.

For example, if a person purchases a TV set for \$500 and lives in an area where the sales tax is 5%, you can calculate that this person would pay \$25 in sales tax. Total bill would be in the end \$525.

In another example, let's say that a farmer sells apples to a company that produces cider. To avoid paying the sales tax, the cider maker must obtain a resale certificate from the government saying that it is not the end user. The cider maker then sells its product on to a retail store, which will charge the customer sales tax along with the price of cider.