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Tax code cause 1 cent unbalance in transaction

Hello,

My client has issue with Self-assessment Tax code, they are using
PO and MIRO to post Vendor invoice and then by
selecting particular tax code they are receiving 1 cent balance and System dose
not allow them to post as it has balance.

They are Canadian company posting USD vendor invoice,

Not all transaction with that Tax code have Issue IE no
issue with $10,0000 amount

So it seems rounding issue (but donot judge by my words)

Tax info:

15% self assessment tax

Procedure: TAXCA

Tax type: V input
tax

A/P GST = 12.450

A/P PST separate GL = 2.550

In properties all selections are empty -obviously not tax
code and tax type-

Any help would be appreciated

Hamid

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  • Posted on May 23, 2013 at 02:37 PM

    Hi Hamid,

    There are multiple ways how you can correct it:

    1) Remove check box on "Calculate tax" and enter correct tax amount manually and correct this 0.01 difference;

    2) Setup Tolerances on Invoice verification via OMR6 transaction and then this 0.01 difference will be accepted and posted automatically. More info here:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_470/helpdata/en/a8/b99404452b11d189430000e829fbbd/frameset.htm

    Thanks,

    Martins

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    • Hi Hamid,

      If business don't want any manual process then compare and configure the tolerances below and check that users are assigned to the correct group:

      Tolerances for Vendors / Customers (TCode OBA3)

      Tolerances for GL Accounts (TCode OBA0)

      Tolerance Groups for Employees (TCode OBA4)

      Thanks,

      Martins

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