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Tax code function in TAXINN & Condition record creation

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Hi Friends,

We are using TAXINN.

I am talking about Local Pricing procedure.

We maintained condition record for following conditions with the combination of country / Plant / Control code:

Excise (JMOP),

Excise Setoff(JMX1),

Ed.cess (JECP),

ED. Cess set off (JEX10,

SHE. Cess (JECS),

SHE cess set off(JHX1)

While creating condition record we maintained tax code as V1. While making PO even though I entered V2 / V3 / VB values are flowing in taxes tab perfectly. (I maintained other tax codes for the co. code also)

In that case what is the use of tax code & how it will be used in TAXINN & for what purpose.

Coming to Sales tax / VAT Access sequence JST1 to maintain condition record for the existing tables data maintenance will be more. For that reason we thought to add table of classification 3. Through this we can solve VAT Raw material & Capital goods and vatable & non Vatable etc.

Is it OK ? Can we proceed like this ?

Regards

Sai Krishna

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Hi Sai

You are right. There is no relevance of tax codes of entering the tax code in the condition record. It is because you are using the access sequence of plant/country and control code. Tax code is no where in the picture which computation of tax codes. Only in the tax classification access sequence the tax code is relavent to maintain in the condition records or such access sequence which use tax codes.

In plant vendor material also Even you don't maintain the tax codes in condition records th system calculates the tax in your PO. Coz according to your access sequence tax code is not a validation criteria.

Thanks & Regards

Kapil Nanda

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Hi Sai,

Firstly TAXINN is a condition based procedure.

We have Local pricing procedure and tax procedure seperate.

We maintain the conditions through FV11 for the desired combination.

The sytem goes for the required condtion record and then fetches the % and calculates,.

The functionality of tax code is nothing in this procedure. it is only for reference that is it. If you dont gave tax code in the condition record also the system takes the % defined

Thanks & Regards.

Kiran

Edited by: Kiran. V on May 29, 2008 12:51 PM

former_member219170
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Hi Kiran,

Thanks. What about my second part of question.

Regards

former_member335885
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HI,

Yes the VAT is taken care by the condition record and the access sequence is used to input the tax %. The system takes it from these condition record from the key combination.

VATABLE / NON VATABLE is also based on this itself. if u maintain the % for the vat condition type that means it as VAT if not then no VAT.

Which register it will pick is taken care by J1ID details which u enter here and SPRO settings.

Thanks & Regards,

Kiran

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Hi,

We maintained as follows :

For Excise :

condition record based on Plant / Vendor and for exceptions plant / vendor / Material. This is cenvatable.

For non cenvatable we make branch vendor ( to the main vendor), themn maintained condition record on plant / vendor / material. We issue Po on Branch , payment (IR/ LIV) will be done on main vendor.

For sales / VAT tax:

Made new table with combination of Plant / Country/ Tax code. Then maintained tax code as condition record. In this we cover VAT modavatable / non modavatable for Raw Materials/ Capital Gods / Spare pats ( we diff. G/L accounts.)

We also can maintain Tax code for excise & VAT but tax codes becoming around 300+ considering our scenerio.

What I found from many people in the market no one made NEW condition table & assign it to sequence which normally we do in MM & SD. There are very less options.

Regards

Sai Krishna

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Hi Saikrishna,

Normally for a combination of Plant/Vendor and material, the ED and VAT will remain unique. U will not have different tax rates for the same combination. If ur client is having different tax rates for the same combination (which is remote possibility), you can include tax-code also in this access sequence and maintaain two or three tax-codes.

Why do u want to create 300+ tax-codes.

In fact in TAXINN, tax-code is almost dummy for ED and VAT calculations.

If u still have not resolved ur problem, please let us know