Using the Microsoft Dynamics Business Central API to create tax areas that actually work is something that is beyond my comprehension. I have the ability to create tax areas and associate them with customers but doing so has no bearing on the line items of sales orders. despite the fact that they will be displayed alongside the actual order line item. They don't appear to have any associated tax jurisdiction entities, which I believe is the reason why. Because the tool requires that you also add at least one tax jurisdiction to a tax area in order for it to function properly whenever you create a tax area using the actual Business Central graphical user interface (GUI). However, I am unable to associate (or I simply do not comprehend how to associate) a tax jurisdiction with a tax area when using the API. However, before I can even begin to discuss the concept of associating a tax jurisdiction with a company, I need to figure out how to create a tax jurisdiction. Does anybody know how to make the API for Business Central's taxes work properly? Are there any hints? It seems as though I need to enter specific tax areas because there is no way for me to directly input the tax amounts or percentages using the API; tax amounts are read-only. Instead, I need to enter specific tax areas. If I had been able to find a lot of information on this topic, I wouldn't be asking you about it.