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difference between taxinj and taxinn

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difference between taxij and taxinn. anyone explain breifely pls.


Edited by: rajesh kanna on Oct 20, 2008 10:52 AM

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The only difference between TAXINJ & TAXINN is that TAXINJ is formula

based tax procedure which is dependant to a large extent on routines

to calculate taxes at each level.

TAXINN on the other hand is condition based tax procedure which is very

similar to the standard pricing procedure & is not dependant on routines

and other programs to fetch taxes. It is simply dependant on condition

records maintained for each of the tax conditions.

Prior to R/3 Enterprise we had only formula-based and from R/3 Enterpri

version you will have the option of Formula-based or Condition-based.

If you select TAXINN, it will support only condition- based excise

determination. And if select TAXINJ, you will have the option of Formula

-based and Condition-based (in SD not MM).

If you have future plans for extending your organisation to our new

dimension product such as CRM....then using TAXINJ would mean that the

formulas would need to be copied/rewritten to the CRM IPC. Where as you

would not be required to do that in TAXINN....

So if you do not have any plans for extending SAP solutions in your

organisation then you can use TAXINJ, else it is recommended that you

use TAXINN only.

hope its useful



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thanks for information boss. its more helpful for me.