Read here to learn how to set up sales tax in QuickBooks Online, including how to set up sales tax for the Marketplace Facilitator Tax.
You'll need to configure these tax rates for QuickBooks Online and map them in order for us to properly process the taxes. Both FBA and FBM sellers will need to set this tax up in QuickBooks Online in order to properly process orders going to affected states.
We'll process both MarketplaceFacilitatorTax-Principal and MarketplaceFacilitatorTax-Shipping to the same service item. Since Amazon collects and remits sales tax on your behalf, you can pay the tax liability in QuickBooks Online using the Marketplace Facilitator Tax bank account.
Create a bank account named Amazon US Facilitator Tax (Detail Type: Cash on hand) and create a Service item named Amazon US Marketplace Facilitator Tax linked to the Amazon Marketplace Facilitator Tax bank account.
Then create a new Service item in QuickBooks Online.
This service item will need to be typed into the SellerZen platform under Taxes. Make sure it's spelled correctly. Click on Save.
Once you're done setting up the bank account, set up the Sales Tax agencies in QuickBooks to complete the Taxes tab on SellerZen.
Watch our video for how to create sales tax, map it to SellerZen, and how to create the service item for the Marketplace Facilitator Tax.
QuickBooks Online companies created after November 10, 2017 will be on the new Automated Sales Tax module unless you chose to upgrade to the Automated Sales Tax for your company.
Your Tax screen will look like the image below.
If your QuickBooks Online Sales Tax screen looks like the one below, then you're on the older sales tax module. Watch the video to see how to configure SellerZen with the old sales tax module in QuickBooks Online.