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Tax Code Issue in condition Type

In my pricing procedure following steps are comes at the end of the procedure.

step 40. Condition type:  MWST a/c key is Z001 GL no is 422014212

step 50. Condition type:  ZABC a/c key is Z002 GL no is  422014213

In condition type MWST there are two tax code Y1 and Y2, Y1 contain for 0% tax rate and Y2 contain 17% tax rate, and its work through tax classification of 0 and 1 relationship, and record appears on condition are fine.

In condition type ZABC there is one tax code Y9, Y9 contain tax rate of 1%, and its work through condition record, like customer and Material base rate, value appear in the conditions are fine.

case 1: If MWST is coming on order with zero value and no condition record is there for ZABC, system generate the accounting entries successfully.

case 2: If MWST is coming on order with 17% and ZABC condition record with 1%, system generate the accounting entries successfully.

case3: If MWST is coming with condition record 17% and if there is no ZABC at sales order level, system give the following message.

"Y2 is not assign to any GL of company code 1000".

and if for testing I go to change mode of invoice and manually enter the value of ZABC with like .001, system post the whole document correctly.

I feel there is a relationship in b/w tax code Y2 and Y9, how can I overcome this scenario please guide.

Looking for gurus response.

Rgds,

IK

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3 Answers

  • Jan 12, 2015 at 04:02 AM

    Can you provide the error message number with a screen shot?

    I recommend you to also check with your FI specialist on this error message.

    Regards,

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    Jan 13, 2015 at 07:12 AM

    Hello Khan,

    could you send me a screen shot of your pricing procedure?

    Maybe we could find the relationship between these 2 conditions in the pricing schema.

    BR.

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  • Mar 05, 2015 at 08:23 AM

    as per my experience there is nothing wrong with the pricing procedure.

    as per practice I follow one tax code, and in that tax code maintain two GL in FTXP against different account key.

    it will work fine.

    And recommend you to follow the same procedure, FI can get reporting because GL are different no matter if tax code is one.

    feel free to ask if have any query.

    regards,

    Imran khan

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