Monthly Sales and Tax Summary Report for Zen Cart


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Zen Cart Monthly Sales and Tax Summary Report Module v1.5.4

This module is an beginner installation for Zen Cart 1.3.9, 1.50, 1.51, 1.5.2, 1.5.3, 1.5.4, 1.5.5 & 1.5.5B and has been tested on PHP 5.5.30.

This report displays a summary of monthly or daily totals:

  • gross income (order totals)
  • subtotals of all orders in the selected period
  • nontaxed sales subtotals
  • taxed sales subtotals
  • tax collected
  • shipping/handling charges
  • low order fees (if present)
  • gift vouchers (or other addl order total component, if present)

Sales data is reported as of order purchase date.

Filtering Options:

  • If an order status is chosen, the report summarizes orders with that status.
  • The capability to "drill down" on any month to report the daily summary for that month.
  • Limit the report to a single or multiple zones
  • Reporting same screen year over year for all reports
  • export as a CSV, print or just view.
  • Report rows are initially shown in newest to oldest, top to bottom, but this order may be inverted by clicking the "Invert" control button.

A popup display that lists the various types (and their subtotals) comprising the tax values in the report rows.

Columns that summarize nontaxed and taxed order subtotals. The taxed column summarizes sales subtotals for orders in which tax was charged. The nontaxed column is the subtotal for the row less the taxed column value.

Last update 12/04/2016

This is a module release and the application license is valid for ALL domains YOU own. Developers or multi site owners please contact us for additional licenses/permissions.




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