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Import pricing procedure

Former Member
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Hi,

I am in Import scenario,

in this case my client is not availing any credit(ie CENVAT credits from Excise). But I wanted to maintain Cost,Insurance,freight,Landing cost,basic duty 14%,Ed cess 2%,HEd cess 1%,Customs Ed cess 2%,Customs HEd cess 1%,Additional duty of customs 4% in PO so that I can carry out the Invoice Verification for it.

So which and where condition types should I maintain for the same.

Please give the detailed procedure if possible.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Goraksh.

Edited by: goraksh dhikale on Oct 21, 2008 10:57 AM

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Former Member
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hi,

as ur client is not taking credit of CVD and all.

then copy the FRB1 condition type and make the conditions for customs duty and all related tax as well as delivery cost conditions.

assign proper G/L account to the keys.

this is enough to carry the values to invoice verification

regards,

sujit

kunal_ingale
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IMPORT PROCESS

in ur pricing u have to create following

JCDB IN: Basic Custom Duty

JCV1 IN : CVD

JECV IN : Ed Cess on CVD

J1CV IN : H&SECess on CVD

JEDB IN : Ed Cess on BCD

JSDB IN : H&SECess on BCD

JADC Additional Duty of Custom

JCV1, JECV, J1CV and JADC will go to Excise MODVAT Accounts and JCDB, JEDB and JSDB will get loaded on inventory.

In M/06, for all above conditions, keep following controls;

Cond. class A (Discount or surcharge) Plus/minus A (Positive)

Calculat.type A (Percentage)

Cond.category B (Delivery costs)

Activate "Currency Conversion" and "Accrual"

now for setoff

maintain the following conditions in excise default settings.

JCV1, JECV, JADC

path: spro>logistic general >tax on goods movements>india >basic settings>determination of excise duty >maintain excise defaults >

along with ur taxprocedure maintain these conditons in the specified fields

JCV1 in CVD condition field.

JECV in ECS conditon field.

JADC in ACD conditon field.

in case of secess on CVD, no need to maintain.

it is hardcodded in the standard

Vendor in GR 2 (Entry always possible)

Import scenario

1.Create material master of import goods.

2.Create vendor master record of import vendor and Customs clearing vendor.

3.Maintain CIN settings.

4.Maintain J1id.

5.Maintain Pricing procedure SAP standard JIMPOR..,maintain required conditions..JCDB,JCV1...

6.Assign the schema to respective import vendor in Purchasing view of VMR.

7.Create import PO ,check in conditions of JCDB, JCV1 the customs clearing vendor(Indian vendor) and percentage is assigned..This can be done by In condition tab select condtion then click on display,then enter.

Save the PO.

8.MIRO --Capture Bill Of Entry.(Commercial Invoice No.,).Customs clearing first .Here CVD will b converted to BED.

9.Capture Excisse invoice--j1iex.

10.MIGO.

12.Post Excise Invoice.

13.MIRO...Payment to vendor(import vendor)

regards

kunal

Former Member
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Hi Kunal,

Thanks for the quick reply.

As I said earlier my client is not availing the credit from excise, so does it necessary to maintain J1ID or any other CIN settings.

Please clarify for the same.

Regards,

Goraksh.

kunal_ingale
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hi

if ur client not aviling credit then u can use any freight (FRB1)condition for CVD and other ,just copy it and use it in ur pricing

accordingly give the acct keys and gl accts

regards

kunal