**jssales**Hello, I need to calculate tax on a form and I'm having some issues. However, due to the nature of the system I cannot use the PO form or any other type of payment form.

TotalOrder * .07275 = Output

TotalOrder + Output = Cost

If I change the Cost to 2 decimal places the form does not "round up" for tax calculations.

Example:

9 * .07275 = .65475

9 + .65475 = 9.65475 (cost)

If I tell the system to format using 2 decimal places I get 9.65 and I actually need it to read 9.66

Can you think of any way to change this so it calculates properly? Thank you.

- JotForm Support
**BDAVID**It is actually calculating properly, the round up is done when the next decimal number is greater than 5, and in this case "

**9.65475**" stays at**9.65**because the next decimal number is**4.**If you want to, you could add "

**+ 0.01**" to the calculation. Let us know if you need more help. **jssales**Thank you, you're correct, this one works. I tested so many of them, I cannot remember which one it didn't work on. I'll give it a go and see if I run into another issue. Thank you for the quick reply!