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tax calc. during invoice post - taking unplanned del cost into account

Hi all

Iam posting an invoice in Miro for a p.o

i have material cost,unplanned cost

Iam using a input Tax of 5% which should only take Material cost into

account while posting.

but in my case it is taking the unplanned del cost also for calculation

can you pl. let me know where the changes are to be made so that only material

cost is to be taken for tax calculation.

for eg

material cost -- 100

tax -- 5.0%

unplanned del cost -- 10

so my inv. value should be -- 115.00

where as it is taking as -- 115.50.

regards

Prasanna

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    Posted on Dec 28, 2006 at 04:13 PM

    Hi

    Please check in transaction code OMR2 for your company code, if there is any default value for your unplanned delivery cost.

    regards

    Srinivas

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 28, 2006 at 04:18 PM

    That means the Tax is charged on uplanned delivery cost also

    Please do the following settings in SPRO for Invoice verification

    SPRO> MM> Invoice veri.--> Incoming invoice

    1) mantain default value for Tax code:

    Here you can mantain the 0 input tax code for Unplanned delivery cost

    2) Configure how unplanned delivery cost posted

    In this step select Different G/L line the system will populate the Tax code in Invoice verification transaction on Details tab

    But make sure with the FI team before you make settings

    TYhis will resolve your problems

    Reward the points

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