It's pertinent - really. At least a bit. (Can't remember if I've posted on the forums yet - if not - Hi!)
This weekend was (apparently) get 25% off stuff that's not on sale at CVS. I took my brother (and my coupons of course). I'm now trying to separate my stuff from my brother's. And I have two tax codes: T and B and two tax totals, which don't match the totals of either T or B (before coupons and sales at least)
I've been dredging the internet, but finding what a B tax code on grocery sales actually *is* (and how much and why) is just too much for my google abilities.
Anyone know? What is B and is it the same percentage as T (and what does it stand for)
I'm guessing with people here being professional shoppers, someone might know
(we saved $40, not counting the coupons - which I'm still trying to match up. the "Godiva" stumped me. Turned out it was the stuff my brother was drinking and handed to the cashier empty, to "ring up" (outdated term, huh?))