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How to post the TAX amount to the different vendor instead of the Goods Vendor during the GR/IR of the PO

Hello team,

Actually, when we are processing the Invoice receipt for a PO, the TAX amount is posting to the goods vendor account. But, in my case my user is asking to post the GST tax amount to the Local Government which is different from the Goods vendor. It means, during the Invoice, the TAX amount must be posted to the Local government instead of the Goods vendor.

For this, I have suggested to use a pricing condition for the GST tax. Then, when PO creation they enter the vendor number of the Local government in the PO Condition of the GST tax. So, with this as weknow the amount postings rrelated to this conditions will be going to the Local Government only.

But, my user is saying he needs to use the TAX code which is related to the GST. And, GST must be posted to the Local vendor instead of the PO vendor. So, is there any way that can fulfill our requirement?

Thanks for the reply!

Regards,

Satya

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    Posted on Mar 12, 2015 at 10:09 AM

    Hi Satya

    For this you to create two condition types and it should be assigned with proper counter in TAXINN pricing procedure.

    For the two condition types say example ZGS1 and ZGS2 for this two condition types respective GL accounts needs to be maintained in OB40 T Code.

    For a Tax code which you require GST in place, maintain condition records for this two conditions also.

    One with actual % which we need to pay to Government and another will be off setting condition record with (-100%)

    Say the PO value is Rs.100

    And the GST amount which we need to pay to Government is 7.8 and to the vendor for tax is 4.2

    Vendor will raise the invoice for 104.2

    Our condition in PO will be as mentioned below

    BASB = 100

    TAX = 9 ( 9% on base)

    ZGS1 ( GST ) - (3%) = 3

    ZGS2 ( GST Offset) - (-100%) = (-3)

    Total Po value - 109 and vendor will be credited with 109 rs. and the GST account will get debited with Rs.3

    Please revert if any clarity required

    Regards

    Kumar

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