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SD Condition Record VK11

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I have existing condition record (VK12)for export tax to New Zealand customer which is A0. Now we have created a new tax code NZ - 5%. If I try to update the existing condition record the A0 is deleted, if I create a new record the A0 condition record is deleted. How do we setup this in the system where the customer could use tax code A0 or NZ?

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Joe

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2014 at 04:05 AM

    Hi Joe,

    As Shiva mentioned, you can have only one condition record for the same key combination irrespective of whether you are creating or modifying a record. Also please note that if you already have billing documents created which uses the tax code value A0 then it is not advisable to modify the existing condition record.

    If you wish to create a new condition record for the 5% value for the same key combination then close the condition record with tax code A0 and then create the new record with the Valid From date as one day after the Valid To date of the A0 record.

    Kindly revert in case of any further queries.

    Regards,

    Som

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  • Posted on Feb 12, 2014 at 06:11 PM

    For the same key combination value, you can maintain only one condition record. If you want to use 5%, then you must use different parameter for that key combination. Can you put a screen shot of the VK13 current record?

    Regards,

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2014 at 04:14 AM

    Hi Joe,

    It is always advisable to create new condition record with T-Code VK11 do not change the existing condition records with VK12.

    Regards,

    Gurtej

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    • TW,

      Say, the valid tax code till yesterday is A0 and from today the valid tax code is NZ. If I change the tax code (A0 to NZ) in the same condition record.... when I create an invoice with a service rendered date of yesterday, though the applicable tax code is A0, system determines NZ as per the valid condition record. Hence, if the old condition record's validity is restricted till yesterday, by creating a new condition record with validity from today (with tax code NZ)....in the above example, the tax code A0 will be determined.

      There are many scenarios like returns, product exchanges, delay in creation of invoices due to blocks etc....that will be impacted with change of tax rates.

      Regards,

      Ravi Sankar

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