How to Add Tax?


To add sales tax to an item, you take the dollar amount and multiply by 8.25% and add the total to the cost of the item. If The item costs 1.00, the tax would be .8 and the total would be 1.08.
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multiply the before-tax price by 1+the tax/100 (assuming the tax is in percent) if the price is 50, and the tax on the sale is 10% after tax price: 50 x 1.1 = 55.
1. Write down the current price. For example, an item's price is listed as $75. 2. Write down the percentage that needs to be added. For example, there might be a sales tax of 8 percent
Get a calculator. punch in the price then press the + and punch in the tax (example: 6.1) then press the % and the answer is displayed. Press = if it not displayed; then it is displayed
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