How do I input the GST once per month rather than have it calculated by QB each time. Deposits are in bulk. Not all the income is taxable due to different gratuity %.

My income comes into my bank account from my merchant provider.  They come in bulk amounts IE:  $400 Visa, $300 MC, $100 AMEX every day.  Within those amounts my booking software calculates what was given as a gratuity (non taxable) and what was the GST was calculated to be.  I want to be able to enter at the end of the month an entry from my reports that states what exactly was the GST collected which will QB cannot calculate because the gratuity amounts change from customer to customer.  How do I enter what was the GST amount separately so that it is properly recorded.  

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