Tax Code: A tax code is used to track the taxable or non-taxable status of products, services, and customers. You can assign a sales tax code to each of your products, services, and customers based on their taxable or non-taxable status. You can then use these codes to generate reports that provide information to the tax agencies about the taxable or non-taxable status of certain sales.
See Global Tax Model.
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Telephone Number: Telephone number type definition. This entity is always manipulated in the context of another parent entity like Person, Organization etc.More Info »
Term: The Term entity represents the terms under which a sale is made, typically expressed in the form of days due after the goods are received. Optionally, a discount of the total amount may be applied if payment is made within a stipulated time. For example, net 30 indicates that payment is due within 30 days. A term of 2%/15 net 60 indicates that payment is due within 60 days, with a discount of 2% if payment is made within 15 days. Term also supports: an absolute due date, a number of days from a start date, a percent discount, or an absolute discount.More Info »
Text Row: Specifies the Unique Identifier for an Intuit Object of that type in that domain. Create request will not specify IDMore Info »
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