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New VAT Condition Type

Hi Friends,

There is a business requirement to add a VAT Condition type where user should be allowed to add the amount manually whatever it would be. I have created a condition type by copying standard conditon type which belongs to TAX category and kept the following settings

Condition Class - 'D' Taxes

Cal Type - 'A' Percentage

Cond.Catg - 'D' Taxes

Rounding Rule - ' ' Commercial.

Under Tab - Changes which can be made

Manual Entries - 'C' Manual entries has priority

Item Condt - Checked

Amount/Perc - Checked

Rest all settings same.

I added this condition type in the Pricing Procedure.

Problem is the TAX condition type is not populating automatically in Pricing Condition. Secondly the Condition Value field is disabled. If this will be disabled then how the User will enter the TAX manually. Third i would like to know which Account Key shoiuld be used.

Please help. I am working on Pricing for the first time.

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 03:11 PM

    Hi,

    1.You have maintained field manual entries as manual entry has priority then how it would come automatically into sales order?

    Please share this condition type settings in pricing procedure

    2.Share screen shot of condition tab of sales order with that condition type

    3.It is depends upon you because there are many account keys related to tax like TX1,TX2 and TX3 etc. ( but what ever you are taking account keys in pricing procedure ,for them you have to maintain G/L's in OB40).

    BR's,

    Naren

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 04:18 PM

    Hello S K,

    Change the setting of Manual Entries - 'C' Manual entries has priority to B - Automatic entry has priority.

    Also it is really a Business requirements to enter Tax amount manually, whatever the amount may be? I think whatever may be the case, but VAT is generally fixed percentage on particular product / group of product.

    Thanks,

    Jignesh Mehta

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