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Pricing prcedure difference?

Hi friends

what is the difference between taxdetermination procedure and standard pricing procedure?

1)all we need pricing procedure to determine taxes.

2)why we need tax determination procudre?(so de we need tax determiation procedure to diplay taxes in the sales document)

3)and where we attach this ?(in config)

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Prasad

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    Jul 09, 2007 at 05:02 PM

    Hi Prasad,

    hi we maintain the pricing procedure for fulfilling the requirement of the company. In this we maintain the basic price, various discounts, taxes, freight, etc.

    The other is the TAX procedure which is very important from the point of TAX determination in Excise invoice. The various condition types which we use for taxes in our pricing procedure should be properly assigned in the tax procedure.

    Fot India we have 2 TAX Procedures - TAXINJ and TAXINN.

    TAXINJ - when we use this tax procedure then we maintain all the taxes with the help of TAX CODES. whenever sales order is created the system calls for the tax values (percentages) from the tax codes.

    TAXINN - when we use this tax procedure then we maintain the condition records for each tax condition type. whenever we create the sales order the system fetches the value from the condition records which we maintain in VK11. Here you can use formula based pricing by defining various requirements if you want.

    CIN - this stands for Country Version India. This has to be properly integrated with the SD module otherwise when creating excise invoice, tax values like BED, Edu Cess and S&H Cess will not be captured. There is full configuration for this with the FICO module also. Basically CIN involves SD, MM and FICO.

    You can configure for CIN in the following menu path.

    IMG - logistics General - Tax on Goods Movement - India - and all the important settings henceforth.

    Please send me your email ID so that i can send you the step by step procedure for CIN configuration.

    I hope I have answered your query. Reward valuable points if solution helps.

    Regards,

    Allabaqsh G. Patil

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    Jul 09, 2007 at 03:12 PM

    Hi,

    Define Tax Determination Rules

    In this menu option, you define the rules for tax calculation.

    The SAP System determines the taxes automatically within pricing.

    Proceed as follows:

    You have to define a condition type for each tax type (for example, taxes on sales and purchases, output tax).

    You have to define access sequences and condition tables for this condition type.

    You have to include the tax condition type in the pricing procedures in which the taxes should be taken into account.

    For the tax conditions, you have to create condition records in which the respective tax record is stored.

    Default settings

    In the standard SAP R/3 System, the elements of tax calculation are predefined (for example, tax condition type "MWST" for taxes on sales and purchases).

    Actions

    1. Check to what extent you can use the defaults contained in the standard SAP R/3 System.

    2. Define the condition types for tax calculation. Define the access sequences and check the condition tables. Include the tax condition types in the pricing procedures involved.

    You carry out these actions in the step for pricing control.

    "Pricing control".

    3. Specify the valid tax types, that is, the tax condition types for every country. If more than one tax type can be defined for a country, you define the sequence of their use here.

    Check the menu path SPRO-Sales and Distribution-Basic function-Taxes

    Reward points if useful

    Regards,

    Amrish Purohit

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    • Former Member

      Hi Amrish

      I saw your reply from previous threads.

      But still I am having some confusion with that.

      Please can you clear my question if you are ok with that.

      My question is why do we need to maitain different pricing procedure(for taxes). why con't I use one standard pricing procedure.

      EX:TAXUSX and RVAA01 (diffrence between these two?)

      I will be awating for your reply.

      Thanks

      Prasad

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    Jul 09, 2007 at 05:01 PM

    Hi Prasad,

    hi we maintain the pricing procedure for fulfilling the requirement of the company. In this we maintain the basic price, various discounts, taxes, freight, etc.

    The other is the TAX procedure which is very important from the point of TAX determination in Excise invoice. The various condition types which we use for taxes in our pricing procedure should be properly assigned in the tax procedure.

    Fot India we have 2 TAX Procedures - TAXINJ and TAXINN.

    TAXINJ - when we use this tax procedure then we maintain all the taxes with the help of TAX CODES. whenever sales order is created the system calls for the tax values (percentages) from the tax codes.

    TAXINN - when we use this tax procedure then we maintain the condition records for each tax condition type. whenever we create the sales order the system fetches the value from the condition records which we maintain in VK11. Here you can use formula based pricing by defining various requirements if you want.

    CIN - this stands for Country Version India. This has to be properly integrated with the SD module otherwise when creating excise invoice, tax values like BED, Edu Cess and S&H Cess will not be captured. There is full configuration for this with the FICO module also. Basically CIN involves SD, MM and FICO.

    You can configure for CIN in the following menu path.

    IMG - logistics General - Tax on Goods Movement - India - and all the important settings henceforth.

    Please send me your email ID so that i can send you the step by step procedure for CIN configuration.

    I hope I have answered your query. Reward valuable points if solution helps.

    Regards,

    Allabaqsh G. Patil

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    Jul 13, 2007 at 11:24 AM

    Hi

    1) Tax determination procedure configured by FICO consultant and he will assign to th country where SAP is implemented but Pricing procedure is configured by the SD consultant and is assigned to sales area along with doc pric proce and cust pricing procedure.

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    Karthik.R

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  • Nov 01, 2007 at 08:18 AM

    Hi prasad

    can u plz send me all the materials related with CIN.........

    its urgent to me.......

    jagabandhu1@gmail.com

    waiting ur early response...

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