If tax is applicable on tickets for your event, you are responsible as the event organiser for charging tax and paying it to the relevant authorities.
This help article explains how to add a tax charge to tickets.
Create a tax type
First, click on
Settings in the sidebar, and then on
Tax Types . Click
Add a New Tax Type . You need to specify a name and percentage and you can optionally add a description to appear on the customer invoice.
Save and now, when you set up paid tickets, you'll have the option to specify which tax type applies to the ticket.
Charge tax on tickets
When you create a new paid ticket, you can specify whether tax should be applied. When you select single rate or multi-tax rate, you can select which of the tax types you've created apply to this ticket, and whether the price you've set is inclusive or exclusive of tax.
Control how the price is displayed on the event homepage
Settings and then on
Event Homepage . Scroll down to
Homepage options and you'll see a checkbox to show prices excluding tax.
This is how the price looks to your attendees if you check that box:
And here's how it looks otherwise:
A note on VAT in the European Union
If you are unsure whether to charge tax on your event, please consult a local tax advisor on the legal requirements in your locale.
We commissioned a VAT in the European Union guide that we encourage you to look at if your event takes place in the EU, where events are treated differently to products and services.
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