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Tax Procedure- Plants Abroad- 2 legal Entities

Hi,

We have a company code (8001), sales org 8001, in the UK with Plant (1001) in DE with Plants Abroad functionality activated in SAP.

We also have one more legal entity in DE (8002), sales org 8002 with a Plant (1002) assigned to it in DE.

We are using tax procedure TAXDE where we created tax codes with different naming conventions for each company code.

Since the tax procedure is shared across the 2 company codes, how can we prevent one company code using the tax codes that belong to the other, when updating MWST condition records?

Eg:

When updating condition record in VK11 for MWST, the system is allowing the same tax code to be used for different companies:

Co code: 8001, sales org: 8001, country: DE, destination country: DE, valid from 01.01.2014, valid to: 31.12.9999, tax code X1

Co code: 8002, sales org: 8002, country: DE, destination country: DE, valid from 01.01.2014, valid to 31.12.9999, tax code X1 (should be Y1)

How to prevent updating X1 for company code 8002? Is there an alternative to use a different tax procedure?

Thanks

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  • Jan 09, 2015 at 05:56 AM

    Hi Olga,

    You have to define a validation for the tax code for specific co.code in GGB0.

    Regards,

    Mukthar

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    • Former Member Mukthar Ali Ahamed N

      Hi Mukthar,

      yes you're right regarding the limitations we are facing.

      Sorry for insisting on this point but would you know how to create the validation in a way that it would restrict the user when updating MWST condition records?

      If I create it at FI line item level, no validation will be triggered before the creation of the invoice, meaning that MWST condition record update and sales orders creation could be wrong.

      Thanks

      Regards

      Olga