Under the Tax rates, you can check an option for ‘displaying prices’ including tax. Yet throughout the site it doesn’t render the price+VAT, only on the checkout process it shows the combined price.
I know its customary for US stores to display the ‘without’ price, but in Europe B2C sites ordinarily display prices including the VAT. So not totally sure if this qualifies as a bug or not, but it's confusing at the least :)
Having an Ecommerce setting under settings>advanced where you can globally define the price display type would be highly appreciated.
I’m not an economist or global financial geek, but here (Netherlands/EU), generally VAT is applicable to you as a seller, or not. Than depending on where you shipping (in country or abroad) some rules kick in. So it seems strange to have to check 1 or 2 boxes if VAT/TAX is applicable for each individual product instead of defining it globally.
When maintaining +999 products it’s easy to have one slip through the cracks where a checkbox is missed and all of a sudden some obscure product is selling for less than it should. Wouldn't this also be safer/easier to define globally?