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New Condition type for SAD- Special additional Duty

Former Member
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Hi gurus,

I have been told to configure a new condution type for SAP-Special Additional Duty, which is charged on BEDCESSSHCESS, CST VAT will be charged in SAD also. This should be applicable for sale of imported materials. but where as in normal sales SAD should not be charged.

So please tell me do i need to create a new condition type, if so how shall i do the offset..

can anybody tell the flow..

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Former Member
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Thanks for the reply gurus,

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If you are using TAXINN then you can use the Additional excise duty Condition type to configure SAD. IKn the register it will print in the Additilonal duty of customs after BED and it gets added to BED. On the sales side it is not shown.

If you are doing raw material sales then use the Additional excise duty condition type and use the value to calculate the SAD. But here the question is it is an AS IS sales which means whatever you paid you need to charge.

This will be debited directly from your Part1 and part2 and has no impact on Rg1 sales as there is no finished goods being manufactured. This needs to be set in customising.


Jude Xavier

Edited by: jude xavier on Feb 28, 2009 10:38 AM

Edited by: jude xavier on Feb 28, 2009 10:39 AM

Former Member
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Thanks Mr Lakshmipati,

Any even if it is Raw material sales, we have to do J1IIN, so how it will reflect in J1IIN.

Here the requirement is 4.5% is to be added to 8% BED hence it would be 12.5% total, but 4.5% SAD should be shown separately in sales order as well as Invoice printout.

While purchasing they SAD is added with CVD while doing MIRO.

Can u please tell how the register entries will be.

Edited by: Praveen on Feb 28, 2009 7:46 AM

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Dear Praveen

In your pricing procedure, have a step with description as BEDCESSSHCESS. Let us say, the step number for this is 200. Now include one more condition say JAD in step 210 and assign 200 in "From" tab.

Next maintain a different tax classification for imported materials in material master Sales: sales org.1 view. For normal process, this would be 1 against JTX1. For imported materials, you maintain 2 against this condition type.

Next create a separate tax code in FTXP and maintain for both the above combinations. That is for normal tax, tax code should be maintained for tax classification 1 and for imported material, tax classification should be 2


G. Lakshmipathi