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Tax Procedure control

Hi

we have Tax calculation procedure{TAXINN} & Tax pricing proc's{ JINFAC,..} .During sales order processing excise duty is calculated & imposed on items by using Tax pricing proc

.what is the use of TAXINN ?,

How TAXINN control pricing as it is condition based?

Please give some clarity on this process

Regards,

Daniel.

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2014 at 04:15 AM

    Hi,

    TAXINN is Tax calculation procedure which is assigned to country (IN) which determined Excise duty taxes such as CST and VAT

    and JINFAC is used as Pricing procedure for Tax calculation with CIN when Sale is done from Manufacturing Plant

    All the tax conditions which maintained in TAXINN has to be maintained in JINFAC

    regards,

    santosh

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 04:56 AM

    Hi Daniel,

    The tax procedure TAXINN is used in the Country India (CIN) scenario. The excise tax condition types are maintained in the TAx Pricing Procedure (JINFAC) and correspondingly the condition records for the excise duty % along with the tax would be maintained. Now, the validation of the excise % and its tax code would be performed with the help of the TAXINN tax procedure.

    Please let me know for any further info if required in this regard.

    Regards


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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 06:25 AM

    ⚠️ Don't misguide people with fake screen name, when your user id can't hide that.

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