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Depot STO

I have some more queries relating to Depot,

1)We allready created Excise invoice in Manufacturing plant at the time of Stock transport,but at the time of Selling the goods to the Customer from DEPOT again we creating Excise invoice,so we are giving ED two times to the goverment.

I know we are giving only one time to the GVT, but In SAP how can we mach with this Scenario?

What are all the process we have to follow in DEPOT?

J1IG,MIGO,J1IJ,VF01,J1IIN ....?

If you want i can create another thread?

Raghu

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    Posted on May 31, 2007 at 07:29 AM

    Hi Raghu,

    As you said we are not paying ED 2 times to the Govt. We will be paying only for the removal of goods from manufacturing plant (J1IIN).

    In Depot we are only transferring the per/unit Excise duty captured in RG223D Register through Transaction J1IG.

    Process followed @ Depot :

    A. In connection with procurement of materials for Depot

    1. Creation of STO on supplying Plant(ME21N)

    2. MIGO (on receipt of materials) wrt to STO

    3. J1IG to capture Excise Invoice @ Depot

    B. In connection with sale of materials from Depot

    1. Creatiion of Sale Order (VA01)

    2. Outbound Delivery (VL01N)

    3. Excise Invoice for Delivery @ Depot (J1IJ)

    4. Creatiion of Billing Document (VF01)

    Giving different between different excise invoices for your easy understanding :

    J1IG

    is used to capture the excise invoice @ Depot ( or in simple words - it is a transaction used during the process of receipt of goods at depot) . As you are aware you can access this trough India Localisation Menu (J1ILN) > Indirect Taxes > Procurement > Excise Invocie > for Depot > J1IG-Create/Change/Display

    J1IJ

    is a transaction used to Create Excise Invoice against a delivery note during sale from a depot. You can access this transaction through India Localisation Menu (J1ILN) > Indirect Taxes > Sales / outbound movements > Excise Invoice > for Depot > J1IJ-Create/Change/Display.

    <b>J1IJ is always created with reference to outbound delivery note</b>

    J1IIN

    is a transaction used to create Excise Invocie against a delivery note during sale from a manufacturing plant. You can access this transaction through India localisation menu (J1ILN) > Indirect Taxes > Sales / outbout movements > Excise Invoice > for Sales Order > J1IIN-Out going excise invoice-create/change/display

    Thanks and Regards,

    Gururaj

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    Posted on May 30, 2007 at 02:12 PM

    Hi Raghu

    Here is the normal process u have to follow in sales at depot case:

    Depot is a place where there is no Manufacturing activity. Goods are stored at Depot and from here they will be sold to the Customers.

    1) Create a SO (VA01)

    2) Create Outbound Delivery(VL01N)

    3) Create Depot Excise Invoice(J1IJ)

    On the Excise Invoices for delivery at Depot screen, go to the following navigation:

    Delivery ---> RG23 D selection and enter suitable value for excise group and series group.

    4) Create a billing document(VF01)

    5) Print Billing Document(VF03)

    Regards

    Yogesh

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