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How to convert Credit Note's ledger to Accounting document's tax code in VF01?

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How to convert Credit Note's ledger(VBRK-TAXK1) to Accounting document's tax code (BSEG-MWSKZ)in VF01?

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  • Posted on Jul 20, 2020 at 12:39 PM

    Hello liu tim

    The field VBRK-TAXK1 (Tax Classification 1) and field BSEG-MWSKZ (Tax Code) are two different things.

    Tax Classification 1 is a field used in SD to determine tax code and than the percentage in condition records maintained against the tax code is used to determine tax. The same tax code determined in SD Billing document than gets transferred to Accounting document, when the billing document is released to accounting and it updates BSEG and BSET tablle.

    However, there is no direct correlation between the fields you mentioned since both of them have different use.

    You need to be a bit more specific in providing the exact requirement.

    Thanks & regards

    Sanil Bhandari

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    • Hello liu tim

      It is the expected behavior. It depends on your tax condition type related condition records maintained in VK11/12. If you change the tax classification indicator(TAXK1) in billing document from what is there in the sales order, than the tax code would be determined based on the condition record.

      I would suggest to talk to your SD Functional colleague to get to know of what access sequence has been defined for tax condition type in your case and than you can check the condition records maintained in VK12/VK13.

      Thanks & Regards

      Sanil Bhandari

  • Posted on Jul 20, 2020 at 03:44 PM

    The link between Tax Classification and Tax Code is the tax condition type. You can see the tax code and tax condition type in KONP table and to link the tax classification with this, you need to table join tables like A002 or A011 etc., with KONP

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