taxomate allows you to map by the Canadian provincial jurisdiction designated by the Amazon sales tax system.

⚠️ ⚠️ This feature is currently in beta. We currently only support grouping "Tax" transaction types by the sales tax type (GST, GST, HST, etc). We plan to add additional features. Please let us know if you have any issues or feedback.

1. Follow Quick Setup to get everything connected to taxomate.

2. Request Sales Tax Reports in Amazon Seller Central


In Amazon Seller Central go to Reports > Tax Document Library.

Select Generate a tax report and generate the tax report for the period spanning all of your imported settlements.

👉 You will have to manually generate these sales tax reports if you would like to use the Canadian sales tax feature. Amazon does not allow us to automatically request these for you.

Once the sales tax report is requested it will automatically be imported into taxomate in a few hours. Once it is imported, you will see the status change in each respective settlement from pending to complete.


3. Select Applicable Provinces in taxomate


Go to Settings > Sales Tax in taxomate and select the applicable provincial jurisdictions. These should align with those you have selected in the Amazon Seller Central tax settings.



👉 Each time you add a new province or make changes to a provincial mapping, you must Reprocess the settlements.

4. Province Mappings


You will now see Amazon.ca along with all of the provinces you selected below the top toolbar. The Amazon.ca tab will contain all of your default mappings and if you have any provinces enabled, the Amazon.ca tab will contain transactions (orders, refunds, etc.) for jurisdictions not selected above.

Each province will contain orders assigned to that applicable tax provincial jurisdiction by Amazon. The order transaction types you can map to include Gift Wrap, Promotions, Refunds, Sales, and Tax.

Advanced users may want to map tax types by whether the Seller or Amazon is responsible for remitting or the specific tax types (e.g., GST/HST, PST, etc.). You can do so by selecting the Advance button next to the Tax transaction category and Enable Tax Code Mapping.


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