Can anybody tell me how QB POS figures out the commission I pay to my sales person if I pay 1.5% ?

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Hello there, galvfloor,

QuickBooks calculates your sales person's commission based on each transaction he/she processed. Let me provide further details about this.

Regardless of how much is the amount in every sale that your employee processed, the system automatically calculates the 1.5% commission out of its total amount.

Example, if your employee processed a $10.00 sales, he/she automatically gets $0.15 commission.

You can check this by pulling up the Commission report. Just go to the Reports menu, choose Employee, then select Commission.

That should give you the information you need. Please feel free to post again here in the Community if you have

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