Xero calculates tax itself, so you may notice slight differences in tax figures between your Xero account and Shortcuts. This is completely normal and most likely something you are used to dealing with if you already upload summaries into Xero, so don’t stress!
To give you a better idea, Shortcuts calculates tax on every line in every sale. In reports, Shortcuts adds up the tax components from each line. Since Xero only holds a single total of each item type per day, it calculates the tax from a much larger number, so there can be minor differences in the rounding.
Still curious? Chat to your accountant or bookkeeper about minor differences in tax figures. If there are significant problems with tax, first check your accounts are mapped properly in the Shortcuts + Xero mapping screen, and double-check your Chart of Accounts within Xero have the right tax settings. If there are still a few baffling differences, please feel free to contact Shortcuts Helpdesk for more help.