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Tax code CTX1 to CTX3 for Canada

Hi, we are starting to set up sales tax for Canada and would like to find out whether CTX1 - CTX3 are still in use? Or should we switch to using CTXJ?

Appreciate clarification on the above.

Thanks

SF

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    Jul 03, 2017 at 01:43 PM

    As I understand, all the 4 Tax Condition Type for Canada are valid. The only thing differentiating them is Cond.category, which used for the classification of conditions according to pre-defined categories. And the standard condition category should be able to indicated how those condition type to be used.

    Like for;

    Reference Pricing Procedure / Condition Type: Cond.category

    RVAACA - Standard - Canada / CTX1 - GST (Canada): d - Confirmed purchase net price/value
    RVAACA - Standard - Canada / CTX2 - PST (Canada): d - Confirmed purchase net price/value
    RVAACA - Standard - Canada / CTX3 - PST (Base+GST) Cdn: D - Tax

    RVAJCA - Standard - CA /With Jur.Code / CTXJ - Tax Jurisdict.Code: 1 - Tax JurDic level 1 (with license check

    FYI,

    1. All the above mention Condition Types uses same access sequence UTX1 - State Tax USA (PST CN
    2. In both standard sales pricing procedure for Canada, RVAACA-Standard - Canada and RVAJCA-Standard - CA /With Jur.Code
    3. The Tax Condition type gets calculated based on Net Value 2 Plant Location plays a vital role in the determination of corresponding tax values.

    For further information on Canada Indirect Taxation, refer Consumption taxes section of the below mentioned Wikipedia link.

    - Taxation in Canada

    Hope that helps.

    Thanks, JP

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  • Jul 07, 2017 at 04:29 AM
    Hi JP,

    Thanks for the response. We have decided to use the pricing procedure with jurisdiction code.

    Regards

    SF

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