Posts Tagged ‘reporting’

Become a Report Builder Expert

Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

Posted By: Michael O’Connor, Dydacomp Technical Support

Due to popular request on Thursday April 21,2011 at 2:30pm EDT, Dydacomp Support will be holding a Report Builder Tips and Tricks webinar. We have received feedback from customers requesting some tips on how to optimize the use of Report Builder in Multichannel Order Manager. The webinar will cover some basic reporting tips as well as more advanced reporting that report builder can do to benefit your business. Bring your questions, there will be a live Q&A session at the end of the presentation. Click HERE to register. Space is limited!

Title: Report Builder Tips and Tricks

Date: Thursday, April 21,2011

Time: 2:30-3:30pmEDT

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New Sales Tax Law

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Posted by Christine Amodio, Dydacomp Technical Writer

Christine Amodio, Dydacomp Technical Writer

Recently, a law was passed in Colorado that will change businesses in all locations.  Colorado is finding that residents are not reporting purchases they made where they were not charged tax.  This law will require all businesses to report the taxes collected on orders from Colorado residents. 

Your business does not need to charge taxes for customers in Colorado in order to comply with this law.  All you need to be able to do is show what taxes, if any, were collected from a Colorado buyer.  This is a law that other states might start to enforce, so it’s good to know Mail Order Manager can help. 

The best report to use to get all of the information you need to comply with this law, is the Sales Listing Report.  This report can be generated for a specific date range, and by geographic location. 

 M.O.M. Sales Listing Report

For the time frame and location selected, the report will output the total merchandise, taxes, and shipping fees collected. 

For more information on the law, visit page three for house bill 10-1193 here.

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