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ChangeTaxinj to Taxinn

Dear All,

Is it possible to change the Tax procedure Taxinj to Taxinn ?.

what precaution should be taken in this procedure. is it feasible or not?

please guide me its very urgent.

Regards

Rajesh

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:17 AM

    yes u can change it in img screen in fico module but changin a tax procedure means u r changing the tax structure as there are condition type and cacess sequence assind to the procedure so .the out put tax code and input tax code is going to get affected

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:24 AM

    Yes u can change tax procedure in OBBG u can do it

    u will have to do MAntain tax defaults

    u will have to create condition recorde for combinatioon of plant vendor and material

    etc

    but u have to take care about all th open pos

    u will not able to c old POs with old tax procedure

    u will have to shot close all open pos and creat new

    there thould not be any open GR as u will not able to post IV for those

    so u should post all GR with out IV.

    hope this have gaven some clearity

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