The easiest way to set taxes is through Google Merchant Center Sales Tax, which allows you to set tax rates for each state in the US. In addition, you can specify the tax rate for each product to override the tax rate from your account. Regardless of how you choose to set the sales tax, the tax rate must be the same as the sales tax collected.
When submitting products to Google Merchant Center, merchants need to provide shipping information and indicate how long it will take to receive the products. The system uses the shipping cost indicated for various Google features, including “Shopping ads”, “Details of non-paid items”, and “Buy on Google”.
Due to the ambiguity and complexity of Google shopping ads policies and Merchant Center requirements, some information and notices on your website cannot be fully covered by the store precheck. This article aims to provide some reference to reduce the risk of product disapproval and account suspension. Merchants need to modify related content according to the GMC diagnostics.
Generally, there are two types of issues: