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Input Tax Code mandatory at MIRO screen

Hi Gurus,

Is the input tax code mandatory in the MIRO screen? What's the rationale of making it a required field? If the country is tax free, it doesn't make sense to enter the tax code..

Kindly advise. Thanks.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:21 AM

    while creating miro system ask you to enter a tax but here you can maintain 0% or 4% or 12.5% but its a mandatory to select a value so that system understand that there no tax exists or zero.if u have authorization then you can make some settings in configuration

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      Hi,

      SAP had provided a tax code V0 ( Input tax = Zero ). So for all your purchases i hope you might be selecting any one of the tax codes either through info record or through manual addition.

      If the tax code is V0 system wont calcualte any tax and post the cost without tax consideration. whenever it its not equal to V0 system will search for the respecitive condition records or formulas in order to relate the tax conditions related to that particualr tax code so as to post the appropriate tax postings.

      Regards,

  • Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:56 AM

    Hi,

    The tax code genarally comes as mandatory in MIRO screen as Tax is an integral part of purchasing .May be in your case it is not so .There is a provision to make defalut value for tax code in MIRO (Purchasing-Incomming Invoice-Maintain default value for Tax Code).Using this functionality you can make the Tax code V0 as default which will avoid entering tax code every time the user use MIRO screen.

    Dhruba

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