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Determination of tax rate in PO without assigning tax classification in accs.seq. for GST India.

Sep 19, 2017 at 12:50 PM

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Dear SCN's,

How system determine tax rate in PO without assigning tax classification in access sequence for GST India. With which combination we need to maintain tax rates in order to calculate tax percentage during PO.

Thanks in Advance.

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Dibyendu Patra Sep 20, 2017 at 11:47 AM
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Your consultant has made the access sequence without tax classification. Ofcourse system will behave as per designed.

The recommended configuration has been given by SAP in this OSS note 2407980 - GST India - Changes to Tax Procedure and Pricing Procedure

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Hi,

Actually im implementing GST in S4 hana and as per SAP note i have configured access sequence.

In note it is not mentioned to maintain classification table in access sequence so im bit confused.

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Tax classification word is used in sales. In MM, it is called Tax indicator for material.

In that OSS note, check the PDF, 792 condition table has the field.

By the way, it is not mandatory to add this field. The requirement is depend upon your business process.

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Hi Dibyendu,

In OBQ2 transaction you can see table '003-Tax classification' which can be assigned to Access sequence. With this key combination we can maintain condition record w.r.t. tax code. Anyhow I just want to know whether we can maintain tax condition record with tax classification combination as earlier or is it mandatory to have tax condition records w.r.t. Control code combination as per GST note?

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Yes. You can. As per the gov, you should include the control code (HSN code) into your access sequence to fetch different tax rate as per different material.

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Hi Dibyendu,

Can you tell me how many tax codes we need to create under the control code combination?

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Dear Shyam Kumar-It Completely depends on the business practice..the number of tax codes also can be depended on business materials and their business processes involved..

Please discuss with the business team on the No.of processes involved and in design the same through Tax codes..any issue here-you can reach us.

You can add no.of accesses also because we have a peculiar scenario where a same Control code having different tax Rates(Control code 1206/07/08/09 having 0% GST Tax and 5% GST tax also-So here we are using Material tax classification as a differentiating parameter in determining tax)

Phanikumar

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Hi,

I have configured as per the SAP note, access sequence with vend. gst class, control code, plant region etc., and maintained tax condition record with above combination. I also assigned plant to company code, had put tick mark to 'Tax item level' in company code settings. PO is created and I can see the GST values by clicking on Invoice button but Im unable to post MIRO as the GST is not calculated in MIRO level (I also checked note: 2441735). Can anyone tell me which configuration is left out

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Check the entered invoice date, GST partner, place of supply entered in MIRO.

GST is not calculated just because of system is unable to find condition record as per the entered data in MIRO.

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Hi,

I have maintained condition record as below screen shot and the tax value calculated at PO level, but in MIRO it is not calculating:

Below is the condition record maintained and MIRO screen not calculating tax:

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Hi,

I also checked note:2441735 but still my issue is not resolved. Kindly provide your inputs.

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