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Step 3: Choose Accounts and Payment Settings
Step 3: Choose Accounts and Payment Settings

Setup accounts for Amazon, eBay, Shopify, Walmart, and Etsy on Taxomate

Updated over a week ago

Taxomate allows you to set up accounting mapping so your settlements or payouts can be properly sent to QuickBooks, Xero, or Wave.

​⚡️ STEP 1. Setup Accounts

OPTION A. Automatically Setup Your Accounts

The easiest way to get started is to have Taxomate automatically generate sales, fees, etc., accounts for you.


You can also manually map accounts you created in your accounting software to transaction type categories in Taxomate.

Click on the Proceed to Next Step button.

Assign an account from your accounting software to one of the transaction type categories. You can further customize your account and tax code mappings once Quick Setup is complete.

If you are connecting multiple Amazon or eBay marketplaces, you can copy mappings from one country marketplace to another.

Once you finished mapping your accounts, select the Save Mappings button.

STEP 2. Payment Settings

In the final step of Quick Setup, and if you are using QuickBooks, select the bank account where you receive your sales channel payments. For Amazon or eBay, you will need to make a selection for each Amazon country marketplace you add.

👉 You will not see this option if you are using Xero or Wave.

Next, select the bank account or credit card used to pay Amazon when you owe Amazon money.

You will also see selections for Invoice Customer and QuickBooks Classes. We recommend leaving the invoice customer as-is.

For QuickBooks Classes, you can use this to track transactions in QuickBooks reports for each marketplace. Xero allows you to do this with tracking categories.

Click on the Proceed to Next Step button to finish Quick Setup and be taken to your settlements or payouts.

If you need to make any changes to these accounts after completing Quick Setup, you can always go to the Accounts & Taxes page and select Update Mappings at the bottom of the page.

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