according to online information billing credits
a billing credit of $10 becomes a actual credit of 8.85 with 1.15 being reserved for hst credit at 13%
I received a refer a friend email which says “a discretionary credit offered in ON includes $.085 HST meaning the credit value displayed will be $4.15 . The $.085 HST is captured as a reduction in the amount of tax charged on your balance owing.
the MATH IS INCORRRECT - half of $10 is $5 and
half of the actual credit should be $4.42 and not $4.15 -
4.42 *.13 = .57 HST and not .85
HOW WAS THE CREDIT CALCULATED