Is there a way to deactivate or delete or rename a GROUP tax rate?

I added a group rate that included a two different tax rate (attachment 1). 

But the filing requirements changed recently, and I had to make a different group. So now i need to deactivate, delete, or rename old group rate to avoid confusions in the future. However there is not option to edit the group rate (attachment 2).

Any suggestions?



Hi, kaznaur

To rename the group move to the Tax centre > Edit drop-down menu > Edit settings > rename Tax agency name > hit Save.

To deactivate or delete > move to the Tax centre > Edit drop-down menu > Edit rates > under the Action column move the relevant group tax drop-down menu Make inactive > popup message hit Yes &To activate action column gear icon > checkmark Include inactive >under the action column click Make active.

Note: To edit the group rates you need to edit individual rates which will update the group rates.

Comment back for further clarifications.

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