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# Sales Tax

Hello Sales experts,

In my business, i need to create sales invoice with 2 tax in the same line item, like following:

MWST : 18% of the base amount (Acc Key MWS)

ZWST: 90% of the MWST amount, this will be nagative value (Acc Key ZWS)

How can i configurate the above steps in my sales pricing procedure and let TAX field in KOMP.MWSBP equal to the difference between both tax (MWST - ZWST)?

Do you have any suggestion please?

Rgds,

AYMEN

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• Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 01:21 PM

Hi,

mwst will be based on the item value and zwst will be on mwst.Here you can control the base value of zwst from subtotal in your PP and 90% in your condition record or just a simple routin for zwst, i guess.

Hope helps.

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• Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 01:27 PM

Aymen,

You'll need to create condition records both for MWST and ZWST according to your logic. (i.e 18% for MWST and -16,2% for ZWST).

You do need to do any additional work to set KOMP-MWSBP. All tax condition types with condition category "D-tax" will be summed up to calculate item tax.

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• Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 08:05 PM

It seems very odd and I suspect you might be doing something wrong. Have never heard of a tax being calculated as 90% of another tax. You might want to explain what you are doing exactly and what is the business context. There might be a better solution.

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• Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 05:35 AM

We can achieve it using through "Alternative formula for condition base value" in pricing procedure. I think for

MWST : 18% of the base amount (Acc Key MWS) : you can use "16: Alternative formula for condition base value" in pricing procedure.

ZWST: 90% of the MWST amount, this will be nagative value (Acc Key ZWS): you have to define new "Alternative formula for condition base value" which will take the value of MWST and calculate further.

Thanks,

Prashant Sharma

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Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 07:40 AM

It is possible through standard functionality. In pricing procedure maintain as below

Maintain condition record

MWST - 18%

ZWST - 90%

calculation type 80 will multiply your amount with (-1) or else you can enter (-90%) in condition record to get your negative value.

From (300) means it will calculate ZWST value on MWST. It means 90% of MWST.

MWST + (-ZWST) will be your final tax amount

Please try and update SCN.

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• Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 11:02 AM

Not sure for which country is this requirement where it is legally to be levied like this. If so, as rightly pointed out already, there should be some OSS note available for that. If not, you can very well raise an OSS message and check with SAP before going for any change in configuration.

G. Lakshmipathi

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