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About no BED, Cess, & SH cess in Excise invoice

Hi,

I am using the TAXINN.

When I completes the sales cycle, afterv an F2 invoice an accounting document is generated showing all BED, Cess & SH CESS in ( FB03), but whem I creates Excise Invoice with J1IIN, the fields of BED Cess & SH Cess are with 0.00 values.

Kindly tell what may be missing.

Regards,

Yuvaraj.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 09:38 AM

    Hi Yuvaraj,

    Go to Logistics-General --> Tax on Goods Movement --> India --> Basic Settings --> Determination of Excise Duty --> Condition based excise detrmination --> Classify condition types.

    Do the settings here with your pricing procedure for sales and assign it with the condition types and the right tags.

    With the help of this data system can get the value of BED, ECS.

    Reward Points, if useful.

    Regards,

    Gaurav Grover

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 09:48 AM

    Hi Yuvaraj,

    Go and check the following settings.

    LG- Tax on Goods Movement-India-Basic Settings-determination of Excise duty-maintain Excise defaults.

    LG- Tax on Goods Movement-India-Basic Settings-determination of Excise duty-condition based Excise determination-classify condition type.

    karnesh

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