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Tax GL Posting during MIRO

Hi All,

I am trying to post an Invoice using MIRO and at the time of simulation i can see GR/IR Dr & Vendor cr with respective GL accounts but, since my transactions includes Tax also which is getting calculated perfectly, still there is no GL account entry for the Tax amount. Please let me know the possible reasons for the same or am i missing something at assignment level.

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2013 at 01:34 PM

    Hi,

    Before checking tax amount posting/posted to separate G/L account, 1st one should understand the design behind tax code and properties of tax code in purchasing document to business ( how tax code behaves to business on procurement process).

    Based on business a tax code designed/created as Non-Deductable or Deductable.The concept behind Non-deductable tax code is the amounts related on taxes add to inventory account and concept behind Deductable tax code is the amounts related on taxes post to an separate G/L account(amounts related on tax NOT add to inventory account).

    In your case, during posting a document with tax code-if you are not getting a separate entry with a different G/L account, then check following.

    1. How tax condition maintained for a tax rate with your tax code with tax condition type(FV11)

    2. Check properties of tax condition type and which account key assigned to that tax condition type in your tax procedure(OBYZ).

    3. Now check which Posting Indicator assigned to account key (OBCN)

    4. Check any G/L account assigned accounting key (OB40) in case of Deductable purpose and if tax is Non-Deductable in nature , then no G/L account assignment required.

    Regards,

    Biju K

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2013 at 04:17 PM

    Hi Everyone,

    This was my first post and i am overwhelmed with the response you all are doing the great work of supporting each other.

    I reviewed each and every response and matched the suggestions with my system settings but the problem still remains the same.

    Few things to add on to my existing query is:

    I am working in US environment so cant follow Country India settings.

    Below are the screen shots of my current results:

    Table T030K

    Please let me know if i am missing any critical Transaction Key.


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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2013 at 02:44 AM

    Hi,

    Kindly check the below G/L mention or not?

    Go to FBKP.

    Double click on "Automatic Postings".

    Then double click on "Taxes on sales/purchases"

    Double click on "Input tax"

    Give Chart of Account.

    Here maintain the G/L with respect to tax code.

    Thanks

    DEV


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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2013 at 03:00 AM

    Hi,

    You may proceed as follows:

    1. Go to FTXP or in Fv12 or PO-tax tab and note the condition types maintained for the tax code and note the account key for each condition type.

    2. Go to OB40 and maintain the GL for each of the account key against the tax code.
    3. Enter the correct tax code in MIRO header and item. Check mark "Calculate Tax" indicator in MIRO Header. Ensure that the tax amount is visible in the MIRO header.

    4. Go to Simulation mode. System will show the GL. Post the document.

    Regards,

    AKPT

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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2013 at 05:01 AM

    Also check whether tax code is assigned to company code

    If it is sales tax or taxes variable as per state you may also check table J_1IT030K_V in SM30 with the transaction key ( the key like VS1 you find against the condition in OBQ3 )

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2013 at 05:38 AM

    Did you selected the relevant Tax code which you entered in PO and Ticked the "Calculate Tax" at basic data view at header level in MIRO..

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2013 at 03:34 AM

    select the calculate tax at the header level

    When you simulate ,

    do you get any message ?

    Send us the screen shot of the simulation .

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2013 at 04:53 AM

    HI Rhea,

    As per your statement, Tax Values are calculating at the time of MIRO.

    If tax condition type is non-Cr, Then tax value will flow on Material. For example JVRN or JIPC condition type if you used, then value will flow on material.

    If Tax condition type is Cr, then please go and check whether G/L is defined for corresponding account key in OB40 (refer the account key in OBYZ, tax procedure).

    If G/L is also defined, then go to IMG-Logistic general-Tax on Goods Movements-India-Basic Settings-Determination of Excise Duty-Condition-Based Excise Determination-Assign Tax Code to Company Codes

    Check whether Tax code is defined for your company code.

    Regards,

    Manikandan G


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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2013 at 05:08 AM

    Hi Rhea,

    Please check the tax code may be inventorised.

    Other wise please check the ftxp gl account assign or not.

    Regards

    Pulak

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