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Tax Issue

Hi All,

We are working on SRM 5.0 and Extended Classic.We maintained Tax Conditions in Backend as per client requirement. When I created PO in SRM and checked in R/3, it is picking up the wrong tax code in backend. I checked the customization settings in SRM and maintained tax calculation in Backend. What more settings do I need to check?

Best Regards,

Lovkesh

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  • Feb 19, 2007 at 02:50 PM

    Hi Lovkesh

    Did you maintain 'Assign enterprise buyer taxcode to fi system' settings where you can map SRM tax codes with r/3 tax codes ?

    Best regards

    Ramki

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    Feb 19, 2007 at 02:52 PM

    Hi

    I hope this will help you solving your issue.

    <b>Refer to this link

    problem-with-tax-determinationi-by-creating-a-shop

    <b>Check OSS Note 957979 as well -></b>

    *-----------------------*
    Use IMG path "Tax Calculation > Enter Tax Code" to enter tax codes. Also if EBP tax codes are not exactly same as in backend system you need also to enter in "Tax Codes > Assign Enterprise Buyer Tax Code to FI System" which code in EBP corresponds with code in R/3.
    
    In our system we are using the same codes so it was no necessary to perform second customizing task. 
    
    Also beware that in EBP gross amount (with tax code) is only informative and workflow is working on SC amounts without tax.
    *------------------------------*
    
    Tax Code settings in SRM 
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    Enter Tax Code
    
    Assign Enterprise Buyer Tax Code to FI System 
    
    Define Backend System for Product Category
    
    Define G/L Account for Product Category and Account Assignment
    *-----------------------*

    Hope this will help.

    Please reward suitable points.

    Regards

    - Atul

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi

      <u>Have you implement any BADIs in your system related to Back-end documents ?</u>

      <b>Try to implement either of the BADIs</b>

      BBP_CREATE_PO_BACK
      BBP_CREATE_PO_BACK_NEW
      BBP_ECS_PO_OUT_BADI

      Depending on your SRM system version and then put a break-point inside the implementation to debug, what is getting passed from SRM to R/3 system in this case to get the exact problem

      Hope this will help.

      Please reward suitable points.

      Regards

      - Atul

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    Feb 20, 2007 at 09:21 AM

    Hi Lovkesh,

    Tax code is picked from Material Master and vendor master data if you have picked tax calculation in backend data.

    In this case you will get the tax code

    SPRO->SRM ->SRM SERVER->Cross Application Basic setting->Tax calculation->Enter Tax code.

    You will get the value of tax code indicated in above SPRO link.

    Please read the text message maintain in above SPRO link which explains the significance of the this setting.

    In all SRM document you will get this default tax code when tax calculation happen in backend will have correct tax code decided into backend.

    This is perfectly all right as all financial transaction will anyway happen in backen itself.

    regards,nishant

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    SPRO Content:

    Enter Tax Code

    In this activity you define the tax codes that are to be available in SAP Enterprise Buyer.

    You can define a tax code to be the default tax code. This is then suggested by SAP Enterprise Buyer, for example, in the confirmation or entry of an invoice. You can overwrite the default tax code.

    If you specify an external tax system in Define System for Tax Calculation or you need to create invoices for USA or Canada, or Brazil, you enter one of the following tax categories:

    Sales tax

    Consumer use tax

    Service tax (only for USA and Canada)

    Rental/lease tax /only for USA and Canada)

    Note:

    For the location Brazil, you can only specify the tax categories Sales Tax and Consumer Use Tax .

    In other cases, do not select a tax category.

    Example

    Tax calculation takes place in R/3 System (Germany):

    Tax code Tax name No tax Default Tax type

    I1 Sales tax X X

    SAP Enterprise Buyer uses these settings (when creating a shopping cart for Germany) to propose tax code 'I1'. During invoice entry, you must not enter a tax amount, otherwise the system outputs an error message.

    Tax calculation takes place in external system (Canada):

    Tax code Tax name No tax Default Tax type

    I0 No tax X Sales tax

    SAP Enterprise Buyer uses these settings (when creating a shopping cart for Canada) to propose tax code "I0". During invoice entry, you must specify the tax code. You have to choose a tax category for the external tax system.

    Requirements

    You use the Materials Management functions in SAP Enterprise Buyer for example:

    Create shopping cart

    Process purchase order

    Enter invoice

    Standard settings

    SAP Enterprise Buyer proposes the standard tax code, for example, during invoice entry.

    Activities

    1. Enter the required tax code and description.

    2. Select the "No tax" column if entry of tax amounts is not necessary during invoice entry.

    3. In the "Default val." column, enter a tax code as the default tax code.

    4. Enter the tax category depending on the country .

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