Using group items for inventory. Display on invoice with description only. Tax code does not show up with description. How do I make ta code show up on invoice?


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Group = these things sell together but are not their own Finished Product.

Assembly Item = I use specific components and Make that end product that I am either stocking or selling.

"created an item for the price level list, but don't see a way to attach it to any item."

You have Per Item Price level, or just across the board % up or down.

Price Level = I want to show the customer has a default price change that is different than the base price on the item(s) I sell them. Or, I won't use it for Customer Default assignment, but I want to see a little dropdown in the Rate of the items as I list them, so that I can select various price points I have set in the program for that same item when I sell it, as my option.

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