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remove W/H tax in FI

we have a complex scenario, I did one PO for a vendor in company code OC00, we alerady finished goods receipt, downpayment request, downpayment, downpayment clearing in Sep.1,

this vendor was wrongly maintained with W/H tax code (zero percent) for company OC00, now we are doing MIRO, click downpayment clearing, simulate, no error, when we click back button, we got error as below: W/H tax is not active

The background: we didn't want to setup W/H tax for company code OC00, in Sep.15, we remove W/H tax code:00 from vendor master. but now we can't do miro. but no use, since BKPF and BSEG is already updated with W/H tax info.

how can we reverse downpayment clearing, down payment request, and down payment? by using fb08, are we able to reverse all the request, clearing?

if we don't reverse. how to reslove this issue? we want to post MIRO

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  • Posted on Sep 25, 2014 at 09:43 AM


    We would like to know whether WHT was posted at the time of doing MIRO first ? If yes, please don't delete that WHT code but post it. Once posting is done clear the Debit and Credit through F-03.



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    • WHT is posted at down payment request, down payment, down payment clearing after goods receipt and before MIRO.

      we are not using WHT for company code OC00, but for other company codes, someone who got terminated purposely maintain Withholding tax code 0% for all the vendors master in company code OC00 few months ago, this cause all miro with downpayment failed

  • Posted on Sep 25, 2014 at 12:34 PM


    Do the correct maintanece for your vendor and run report RFWT0010 to adjust existing document WHT inconsistencies.

    Once you had changed WHT vendor assignment by deleting or changing values you get document inconsistencies. This report will balance master data and transaction data.

    You can also check 1382543 - FAQ: Withholding tax


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