Hi guys,

I think Invoice Ninja is having trouble rounding VAT amounts.

Suppose I want to sell a product for 10€ VAT included (21%)

Invoice Ninja only allows the following combinations:

- 8,26 + 1,73 = 9,99€
- 8,27 + 1,74 = 10,01€

This happens in both exclusive and inclusive tax methods.

In another accounting SAAS, the invoice is as follows:

- Subtotal: 8,26€
- VAT: 1,74€
- Total: 10,00€

But right now, in Invoice Ninja there is no way to put a total of 10€ that contains 21% VAT.

Is there any way to solve it? It is probably because a rounding of 2 decimal places is being applied for the calculation of taxes. It could be corrected by increasing a decimal touch some .php file that controls the rounding of taxes. For example:

`/tests/acceptance/TaxRatesCest.php`

```
$total = $itemCost;
$total += round($itemCost * $invoiceTaxRate / 100, 2);
```

`/app/Models/Invoice.php`

```
/**
* @param $invoiceItem
* @param $invoiceTotal
*
* @return float|int
*/
public function getItemTaxable($invoiceItem, $invoiceTotal)
{
$total = $invoiceItem->qty * $invoiceItem->cost;
if ($this->discount != 0) {
if ($this->is_amount_discount) {
if ($invoiceTotal + $this->discount != 0) {
$total -= $invoiceTotal ? ($total / ($invoiceTotal + $this->discount) * $this->discount) : 0;
}
} else {
$total *= (100 - $this->discount) / 100;
}
}
if ($invoiceItem->discount != 0) {
if ($this->is_amount_discount) {
$total -= $invoiceItem->discount;
} else {
$total -= $total * $invoiceItem->discount / 100;
}
}
return round($total, 2);
}
```

Can it be fixed?

Thanks!