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Invoices do not ADD up correctly

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I am using 1.2 and have a problem on larger invoices each line item is off by about $0.02. Not a lot but at the end of the invoice its off by about $30.xx . ANyone know whats going on? See example I attached.

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Perhaps something in this screen is not set correctly. My settings are shown and seems to work fine. Otherwise, something with your tax calculations I would guess.image.thumb.png.1b529e67a153b20a57088e6b54015aa1.png

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Such a big order makes it almost impossible to find a cause. You need an order with one or two products - maybe in high quantities. Only in such a situation makes it sense to do the calculations manually and look where things go wrong.

BTW: existing orders will not change due to your change in settings. Only new ones will.

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Make rounding on each item.

As you use only 2 decimals you don't see the correct price for single item after tax is added.

Rounding on each line calculates the 12x product price, with all decimals not only the 2 you see,

and it then rounds the line total to 2 decimals.

 

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4 hours ago, musicmaster said:

Such a big order makes it almost impossible to find a cause. You need an order with one or two products - maybe in high quantities. Only in such a situation makes it sense to do the calculations manually and look where things go wrong.

BTW: existing orders will not change due to your change in settings. Only new ones will.

It only happens on big orders

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