如果不确定要使用哪种系统来持续跟踪税费，则可查看 Shopify 应用商店中的一些结算应用。
为了确保客户能够向您付款，您需要设置支付服务提供商。支付服务提供商使您能够安全地接受信用卡付款。Shopify 提供了自己的支付服务提供商 (Shopify Payments) 以及各种受支持的第三方支付服务提供商。
从 Shopify 或受支持的第三方选择支付服务提供商。
如果选择使用 Shopify Payments，可以避免支付额外的交易手续费，并且可以直接从 Shopify 后台查看您的款项。
在 Shopify 后台启用 Shopify Payments 或第三方支付服务提供商。
Getting started with your store migration
This guide outlines how to migrate your store to Shopify from another platform. You can use it as a starting point and as a reference resource to make sure that you don't forget any key setup tasks.
If you are migrating to the Shopify Plus plan, then learn more about the migration processes and services that are available.
Step 7: Configure your taxes
Charging sales tax is an important part of running your business. Depending on your location, there are different rules and regulations about sales tax that apply to your products.
If your store ships to Europe, note that there are regulations that apply when selling digital products.
1.Charge taxes based on your shipping destinations
When you set up your shipping, you can apply shipping taxes to your products based on the customer's provincial, state, or regional tax regulations. These are calculated automatically by Shopify.
If you need to adjust taxes manually, based on a region with unique tax restrictions or based on a specific collection of products, then you can do so with a tax override.
2.Keep track of your taxes
When you configure the tax settings for your products, you should also think about how you are going to keep track of your taxes throughout the year.
If you’re not sure about what system you are going to use to keep track of your taxes, you might want to look at some accounting apps in the Shopify App Store.
Step 8: Set up a payment provider
To make sure that customers can pay you, you need to set up a payment provider. A payment provider lets you accept credit card payments securely. Shopify offers its own payment provider (Shopify Payments) as well as a variety of supported third-party payment providers.
To set up a payment provider:
Select a payment provider from Shopify or from a supported third-party.
Tip：When you choose to use Shopify Payments, you can avoid paying additional transaction fees and you can view your payouts right from your Shopify admin.
Enable Shopify Payments or a third-party payment provider in your Shopify admin.
Choose how you want to capture and authorize payments when customers buy something from your store.
Now that you've set up your payment providers, you need to configure your checkout page so you can process customer orders.
To set up your checkout:
Decide how you want to process customer orders so you have a strategy to fulfill the orders.
Add your store's policies so your customers are aware of them before they complete checkout.
Edit your checkout's customer information settings and decide if you want to collect email addresses to update customers about events and promotions.