# Navarik Invoice Calculation Rule

Navarik Inspection System calculates invoices following the rules outlined below:

Each value is rounded at every calculation point and then a total is displayed (each line item is rounded and then added together)

Example:

Here is a singular invoice line item in Navarik Inspection:

\$99 is divided by 50% which equals \$49.5
\$49.5 then receives a 2% discount which equals \$0.99
\$49.5 subtract \$0.99 equals \$48.51
\$48.51 is then taken and a 5% tax is calculated which equals \$2.4255 (Navarik rounds this number and displays \$2.43)
\$48.51 net tax plus \$2.43 equals \$50.94

Another site will take \$48.51 and also calculates a tax of \$2.43, and the two systems both come to the concluded total of \$50.94.

Here is where it starts a different path. Below we have copied the first line item and recalculated:

First line item:
\$99 is divided by 50% which equals \$49.5
\$49.5 then receives a 2% discount which equals \$0.99
\$49.5 subtract \$0.99 equals \$48.51
\$48.51 is then taken and a 5% tax is calculated which equals \$2.4255 (Navarik rounds this number and displays \$2.43)
\$48.51 net tax plus \$2.43 equals \$50.94

Second line item:
\$99 is divided by 50% which equals \$49.5
\$49.5 then receives a 2% discount which equals \$0.99
\$49.5 subtract \$0.99 equals \$48.51
\$48.51 is then taken and a 5% tax is calculated which equals \$2.4255 (Navarik rounds this number and displays \$2.43)
\$48.51 net tax plus \$2.43 equals \$50.94

Adding the total before tax (\$48.51 + \$48.51) equals \$97.02 which is displayed in the net taxable field
Adding the tax (\$2.43 + \$2.43) equals \$4.86
Adding a net tax of \$97.02 and the tax amount of \$2.43 equals a grand total of \$101.88
Adding the total displayed on each line item (\$50.94 and \$50.94) also equals \$101.88

On a different website, if we type in \$97.02 in the net tax amount field, the tax could be calculated to be \$4.85 which is \$0.01 cent different than what is shown in Navarik Inspection (\$4.86)

Considering the possibility of the above, Navarik has accounted for differences in rounding and allows the inspection company to modify the total by \$0.01 cent per line item for the total and \$0.01 cent per line item for the tax.

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