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Origin of sales tax ID number in billing documents

Hello,

The field "Origin of sales tax ID number" in billing documents determines from where the tax ID number is taken, for example:

A - Ship-to party

B - Payer

C - Sold to Party

When the partner functions of the customer are different, how can I decide whose tax ID number the billing document takes? I need to take the tax ID of the payer but it takes of the ship to party.

Thanks in advance, best regards,

Silvia

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 10:48 AM

    hi,

    The path here is IMG, Sales and distribution, Basic functions, Taxes, Maintain sales

    tax—Identification number determination.

    Three available options can be assigned to each sales organization. It is recommended that in order to keep consistency throughout the system, use the same determining rules across all sales organizations.

    The first is determination rule A, which indicates that the tax number and tax indicator classification are generally taken from the sold-to party customer master record.

    Determination rule B indicates that the tax number and tax classification are generally taken from the customer master record of the payer.

    Finally, if the field is left blank, the system determines the tax number and the tax classification according to the following sequence:

    1.If the payer has a VAT registration number and is identical to the sold-to party, the tax number and tax classification are copied from the payer (in this case, the ship-to party is not relevant). The tax number is copied according to the country of destination relevant for taxes.

    2. If 1 does not apply, the ship-to party has a VAT registration number, and the sold-to party does not, the tax number and tax classification are copied from the ship-to party.

    3. If 2 does not apply, the tax number and tax classification are copied from the sold-to party.

    CHAN

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 10:38 AM

    This field is used to control determination of the VAT registration number in the order and the billing document.

    It is linked to determination of the tax classification.

    If BLANK is set, then the standard prioirty ruls apply, as follows:

    1. If PY has a VAT ID no. and PY <> SP, then the tax number and tax classification are taken from PY (the SH is no longer relevant).

    The tax number is taken according to the 'tax country of destination'.

    2. If 1 does not apply:

    If SH has a VAT ID no. or SP has NO VAT ID no., then the tax number and the tax classification are taken from SH.

    3. If 2 does not apply:

    Tax number and tax classification are taken from the sold-to party.

    If 'A' is set, then the tax number and the tax classification are generally taken from the sold-to party.

    The tax number is taken according to the 'tax country of destination'.

    If 'B' is set, then the tax number and the tax classification are generally taken from the payer.

    The tax number is taken according to the 'tax country of destination'.

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