How to Keep Shipping outside of SUBTOTAL.

Hi, 

Some of my clients have to pay import taxes when they receive my merchandise. So when I create the invoice I need to be clear what is the cost of the product, and what is the cost of the shipping. 


I've tried the "shipping" extra on the invoice at the bottom, and it's working fine, but the problem is that it's forcing me to add a TAX, which it doesn't have any ( same as the product, which doesnt have tax). 

Does anybody have any idea of how to do this? 

Answer

Create an item called shipping with tax code O 9Out of scope)

add to invoice or just apply O code to the shipping extra.


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