Hi. I am located in Manitoba, Canada. We have two taxes here, PST and GST. I am trying to create custom invoice that would show PST and GST as two separate line items.

I have created custom invoice layout with all information I will require to use. When trying to separate two taxes (PST & GST) in two separate line items, QBO does not seem to have a reference to taxes separate but only as whole. Is there a way to display two taxes as separate lines?

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Hello Kirill!

At this time, you're unable to have those two taxes on separate lines on a custom invoice in QuickBooks. You can submit a feature request here: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/commerce/common/fragments/feedback.jsp

Please know that this doesn't guarantee that the feature will be implemented into the software, but it helps our engineers know the needs of our customers. I hope you have a great week. 
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