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    Payments with VAT and without VAT

    Asked by Roald on March 27, 2015 at 11:07 AM



    I am currently using another solution for forms, although I consider changing for various reasons, but i have an issue/question:


    On our webpages we offer services/products . Some we invoice through one VAT-registered company, other we invoice through one non-VAT-registered company, because some services (health insurance, for example) do not contain VAT per definition.

    Due to local restrictions (CZ) we can actually only use Paypal and GPWebpay - but is it possible to attach 2 (Paypal) payment buttons of 2 merchants to one form? Based on a VAT switch on the form only one of the buttons should display - never 2 at the same time.


    Thank you for looking into this,




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    Answered by Jeanette on March 27, 2015 at 01:17 PM

    Paypal integration is available along with VAT, you can apply taxes to one or all the products in the payment integration.


    However, if you have like 2 different companies, I think you can create 2 forms

    1. The first one should have the Paypal or Paypal Express with VAT

    2. The second one should not be configured to include taxes (VAT)

    You might need to create a form to redirect the users accordingly. In that case, using conditional logics.

    A second option can be to create a multiple payment forms, see this guide for mor information.


    I hope this helps to sort out your requirements.