- April 21, 2019 at 6:51 pm #58887
Hello Wc Lovers Team,
First I appreciate your work regarding WordPress Multivendor Project Plugins. Your Plugins are awesome.
I am Using WooCommerce GST Plugin With WCFM plugin. But only Probelm I facing is that My project is multivendor. In “WooCommerce GST” Plugin Admin Set GST Number. When Someone place order, At that time Admin GST number is displayed on Email Notification & Invoice. I want that there should be displayed vendor GST Number. I have added Custom Field in WCFM Vendor Registration regarding GST number. But that Custom Field GST Number of Particular vendor is not showing. On Order IT is showing Admin GST. I don’t want to show Admin GST. I want to show vendor GST from Whom Client has ordered product.
This is Woocomerce GST Plugin link which I am using https://wordpress.org/plugins/woo-gst/.
Please help me
- April 24, 2019 at 9:30 am #59150
Thanks for get in touch with us and thanks for your appreciation.
Well, you are dealing with Admin invoice for customers so it’s showing Admin’s GST number.
WCFM Ultimate has Store invoice module – https://wclovers.com/knowledgebase/wcfm-store-invoice/
And this by default support vendor’s GST number, no additional plugin required for such purpose .
- April 24, 2019 at 2:51 pm #59215
Thank you WCFM. your reply helped me in My Project.
I also need Two more feature.
1. I want to deduct Tax on Commission From Seller. I want to issue invoice to seller.
For Example : Seller registered a Product with Price Rs 500 + GST Tax. Admin takes 10% commission + Tax On Commission(18%)= (50 + 9) on Each & Every Order. But WCFM Plugin allow admin to take only Commission like 10%. Here admin also want to collect Tax On Commission. So seller should be able to Withdraw ProductPrice(Rs 500) + GST18% (Rs 90) – AdminCommiion10%(Rs 50 ) – AdminCommisionTax18%(Rs 9) = Rs 531.
Here Admin Should Collect AdminCommiion10%(Rs 50 ) + AdminCommisionTax18%(Rs 9) = Rs 59. Here Admin Will issue invoice of Rs 50+9 = Rs 59 to seller.
2. I want to show commission report to Admin.
- April 25, 2019 at 7:30 am #59332
Well, if you have setup Tax using WC tax setting then it will visible everywhere – vendor order, vendor invoice, commission invoice etc ..
Admin allowed to download vendor’s store invoice, commission invoice and withdrawal invoice.
- April 25, 2019 at 6:34 pm #59450
Thank you WCFM For your reply. I think in Last repl you didn’t get my point. I Want to deduct tax on commision also From Seller. Please provide demo of WCFM Ultimate. It will help me to understand your ultimate plugin. After that I will Purchase WCFM Plugin if WCFM plugin going to be Fit in My Project.
YOur WCFM Ultimate Admin demo not working. Please provide updated username password for demo
- April 27, 2019 at 8:46 am #59632
- May 14, 2019 at 1:51 pm #62199
I am also having the same issue here The main point in Indian e-marketplace is whenever a service charge collected (here admin commission ) it should be taxed with the GST of 18%
for eg Vendor Posted order value of 1000 and I get the commission of 4.5 % means I get 45 rupees commission from that sale, I should have to impose the GST of 18% for that 45 Rupees (4.5%) which will be 45rs Commission + 8.10 rs GST. So the total amount to be deducted from the sale will be 53.10 RS
The settlement amount will be 1000-45-8.10 = 946.9 RS here in your case it was not being possible. I see you have a great product but with a lack of these features, it was hard to do the business with this plugin but still, I love to use this.
I request you to Implement this in the future updates
– GST READY MULTI-VENDOR PLUGIN
– Commission Should have the option of Sale commission + GST to the Sale Commission will be the Settlement amount
– Export the Tax and sale reports
– GST Invoices ( in ultimate we can have the pdf invoice but it should auto capture the GST from the registration field
Looking for your reply and any suggestions are sincerely accepted.
- May 14, 2019 at 3:33 pm #62208
Don’t forget that this plugin is used in many different countries that have many different tax rules.
For Example in Canada alone we have 3 different taxes “GST”, “PST”, and “HST” depending which province you base business in.
And each tax would be applied differently depending on what was purchased (some items are taxable and some are not).
So your request needs to be an “optional” function as in some marketplaces we would not want to apply that structure.
IF your tax is applied to every commission transaction then can’t you just combine the two percentages.
4.5% + (18% of 4.5%) = 5.31% would be the commission that should capture your base commission + the tax you need to charge on your portion of the commission.
- May 16, 2019 at 2:58 pm #62505
Thanks @Craig, you are right.
@raja, you may setup such Tax rules from wp-admin -> WooCommerce -> Setting -> Tax