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Do we need to enter value for new field 'Assessable value' in MIRO manually ?

May 30, 2017 at 01:22 PM

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After Creating PO , In MIRO i tried to calculate the tax by clicking check button ,
but the ' Assessable Value' is blank so tax was not calculated . when i entered value manually then its getting calculated .. Is this regular process or i missed something ...?

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Mukthar Ali Ahamed N Jun 02, 2017 at 04:36 AM
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Hi,

Yes, it is regular practice. When you post custom invoice, you have to charge IGST on base value + basic customs duty. But in MIRO the custom condition only appear and base value you have to manually enter in assessment value field. Then system will calculate tax on base+BCD.

Regards,

Mukthar

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Former Member Jun 24, 2017 at 06:53 PM
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Hi Deepak

We are facing problem to calculate IGST tax on Assessable value. We are able to input assessable value in new field in MIRO. But system is only considering BCD to calculate IGST. We have also updated routine 800 for condition type JIMD in TAXINN.

Could you please suggest solution?

Thanks in Advance

Anjali Patil

Pune

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Dibyendu Patra Jun 27, 2017 at 05:02 PM
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Check this OSS note. It has the explanation about this field. 2474197 - GST India: Import Process

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Manoj Kumar Jun 28, 2017 at 10:07 AM
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Hi,

Speak to your abaper, Write an logic from PO base value which populates automatically, But it should be different after exchange rate changes.

Thank You

Repakula

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Former Member Jul 06, 2017 at 05:34 AM
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Check SAP Note No. 2474197, go to SM30, select table J_1IEXCDEFN then Assign your Customs Duty condition along with ED Cess and SH Cess in to your import procedure.

Then assign new import conditions "JIMD" and "JIMN" in to TAXINN Procedure.

While processing MIRO you need to enter value manually along with assessable in assessable value field against customs line item for calculating IGST.

Ensure that tax code should be "V0" and you need to select calculate tax while processing for customs vendor in MIRO.

Small process change, after releasing PO, you need to process for MIRO for custom vendor, then process MIGO.

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Jayaraj D May 09 at 11:34 AM
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Yes, Standard SAP functionality as of now is that Accessible value needs to be maintained manually at the time of MIRO for calculation of IGST.

Accessible value = CIF + Customs landing charges of 1% (Basic price + 1% of Basic price), customs duty is paid on AV

Therefore, you should compute Assessable value (as statistical) by adding another customs landing condition in your MM pricing procedure to compute Customs duty conditions based on Assessible value and take help of Abaper to modify the routine to default AV while doing customs MIRO for planned delivery cost. (many a time the value computed would differ from what is paid during customs Bill of Lading - adding to PD)

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