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Problem with Excise Duty tax calcualtion in Invoice


Hi experts,

Need your rexpert advise on the below issue.

We have MM invoice where by the tax is not calucalted correctly.

The Material is subject to excise duty, on the GR the excise invoice is getting generated with Cenvat clering account with correct amount towards excise duty

i.e. GR is done for amount - 52951.33 and corresponding Tax code is KE(10% excise duty, 3% Ecess and 2% CST) which comes correctly as 6214.73 approximately which is correct in case of GR

But however when the Invoice is posted for corresponding GR, the amount of tax calculated is only 1307.50, which should have been 6214.73 as the amount on the GR.

We really are not able to find out why their is diffrences in the calculation of excise duty.

Request your expert advise on this regard.

Thanks.

Shahid.

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 07:12 AM

    Hi,

    Please check the following:

    1. Correct tax code is selected in MIRO (tax code KE in your case)

    2. Validity of the tax condition records.

    Please check and revert back.

    Regards,

    AKPT

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 07:12 AM

    Hello,

    Please can you check Tax code is deductible or non deductible tax code,

    Please share screen shot of tax code and PO Taxes and Invoices screen shot also.

    Thanks and Regards

    Mahesh Naik

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  • Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 11:41 AM

    System will fetch the duties from J_1IGRXREF table into MIRO transaction. So firstly check whether duties are correctly updated for the respective Excise invoice in the said table.

    Secondly ensure you have selected the correct tax code in MIRO same as PO tax code. There may be a chance that user had changed the tax code after posting the GRN in the Purchase order.

    Finally check whether the condition records are valid for the selected tax code in FV13 transaction code and are not set to deleted.

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