#### Case 2: When the Customer Belongs to These Countries

In this case, as soon as the customer specifies any of these countries in the billing address details, the specific tax rate will apply.

### Prices Entered With Tax

The next setting will decide how the prices will be displayed on the front-end in the presence of tax rates. Two options are given in the form of radio buttons:

• Yes, I will enter prices inclusive of tax.
• No, I will enter prices exclusive of tax.

I will recommend that you go with the second option and display prices without taxes, as it looks more comprehensive and precise.

### Display Tax Rate on Prices

This setting has a checkbox which is enabled by default. The function of this checkbox is to display the Tax Rates on the prices of the products. In some countries it needs to be acknowledged when product prices include the tax amount as well. So, if you don't want the customer to know about the Tax Rates on the products, simply disable it.

### Display During Checkout

This is the last setting in the Taxes tab. It decides how the prices will be displayed to the customers on the checkout page in the presence of tax rates. There is a drop-down list which has two options:

• Including tax
• Excluding tax

The meanings of these options are self-explanatory. It is a normal trend to display price without tax being included in it. So, you should choose the second option, i.e. Excluding tax.

After configuring the settings in this tab of EDD, click the Save Changes button to save all the settings you have just made.

## Conclusion

This ends the tab of Taxes settings in the EDD plugin. If you have any queries, let me know. In the upcoming articles I will describe the miscellaneous ("Misc") settings.

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