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India GST - Indirect procurement

Jun 21, 2017 at 08:55 PM

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Hello,

I am trying to set up India GST tax setting. 90% of our purchasing, in India, are not based on material codes. Has anyone set up GST tax setting for purchasing without material codes? If yes, can you please share how it was done. For some reason the tax code is not being derived in in PO.

I have done the following.

New tax procedure TAXINN in place, New condition table have been created using M/03, Condition types are in place for Central, state and integrated taxes and access sequence have been set up to read (region of vendor, plant region and control code). FV11 conditions records have been maintained for the same condition sequence (region of vendor, plant region and control code).

But tax code is not being defaulted in the PO. Am I missing anything?

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Dibyendu Patra Jun 22, 2017 at 09:23 AM
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Defaulting Tax code is nothing related to GST. You will find lot of discussion regarding defaulting tax code.

For your no material code PO, you need to create new condition table with combination of region / plant region / GST class. for vendor / Tax code / Control code.

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Former Member Jun 22, 2017 at 12:33 PM
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Thanks....based on what I read, I am under the assumption that tax code would be derived in PO based on the conditions records. Is that correct? I have set up the condition record using combination (region of vendor, plant region and control code) and mapped to a tax code in FV11. Would system be defaulting a tax code based on my entry in FV11?

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No. Maintaining condition record in FV11 will not default the tax code. The same logic is applicable for defaulting tax code as it was (look the doc https://blogs.sap.com/2013/12/21/defaulting-tax-code-in-po-condition-technique/).

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Former Member

I am following SAP document 'GST Tax Procedure and Pricing Procedure' ( in OSS note 2407980 ). This document basically says to create the tables using M/03, access sequence using OBQ2, condition type using OBQ1 and finally to create FV11 records. The link that you have provided has different steps than the SAP document. Can you please advise what the difference is?

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This note is showing the config for GST related. Tax code will not be defaulted by this config. You need to do this additional config to make the tax code default.

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Former Member

What is the difference between FV11 and MEK1 condition recored?

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G Lakshmipathi
Jun 22, 2017 at 04:09 PM
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You can make the tax code as mandatory for condition record for the Account Key which is assigned to your condition type

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