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What is the regular price? 2017-05-11
From Saira:
If the sale price is 55.50$ and the discount is 12% what is the regular price
Answered by Penny Nom.
The cost before the sales tax 2014-04-13
From Juanda:

I know the customer cost with tax and I know the sales tax.
How do I find out the customer cost prior to the added sales tax?

Thank you

Answered by Penny Nom.
A 25% discount 2010-03-29
From Susan:
If something costs 1.00/per lb. and that price includes a 25% discount. How do you calculate what the price was before the discount?
Answered by Penny Nom.
The price before tax 2010-02-15
From dawn:
the sale tax on a cape was 6%,and total price with tax was $92.75,what was the price of the cape?
Answered by Penny Nom.
PST and GST 2009-01-20
From janet:
Hello I need to figure what one would pay pst 8% gst 5% on a total of $1700.00 I have a small business some pay with cash I need to calculate the taxes in reverse Can you help with formula that the government might like Thank you Janet
Answered by Harley Weston.
Cost before and after the GST 2008-10-01
From bruce:
Hi, i seem confused on this topic:

If i need to add say 10% GST to a cost then i would times it by 1.1.
If i need to reduce the cost by 10% then i need to divide it by 1.1. that is all well and good.

What if i need to add 12%, 18% or 20% what is the formula then?

Answered by Penny Nom.
What is the GST component? 2008-06-11
From Jilly:
I need to find a quick and easy formula for finding the gst (10%) of the total amount in $ terms, eg: the total is $500 what is the gst component?
Answered by Penny Nom.



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