I noticed that the GetTaxRequest.DestinationAddress contains member for latitude and longitude.
I populated these fields and no other address fields and made a few test calls to TaxSvc.GetTax() and the correct tax was returned.
- Sending an address of latitude and longitude coordinates only will return a getTax call using geolocation calculation
- When using lat/long coordinates, you cannot complete the any other address fields.
- You can only send lat/long coordinates or a full address, but not both