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in my excise table the excise base amount is takeing gross amount but it should take the gross amount subtract discount my tax procedure is taxinn plz help me

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 04:47 AM

    have a routine written for UTXJ condition type and assign it to Alt Condition Base value.or alternative is if you know the exact assessable value have it maintained in J1ID material assessable value.

    reward if helpful.

    regards,

    seshu

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 05:17 AM

    Hi Pavan

    As far as I know, the Excise Base Amount is always the Gross Amount before charging Discounts. (The Tax authorities wouldn't be keen to lose Excise Duty just because a Trade Discount is offered; hence the JEXP Condition is a Percentage on the Gross Amount while the Assessable Value - JASS - is identical to the Gross Price.

    Atleast that is how my Client wants it and my Pricing Procedure is working - I am onto TAXINN, too.

    Regards

    Ramana ND

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      But my client wants it that trhe assesable value to be charged after the Discounts.

      So we have to create a new tax procedure. In this regard how do I set the New condition value to that mut it is till takeing the groos price only

      Regards

      s.pavan

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