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IV to post with Tax amount more than base amount

Hi Gurus,

One of our user want to post Invoice, with Tax amount more than Net value of goods.

Net amount of goods is 31.45 NZD, where as Tax amount is 99.43NZD.

Tax code assigned to PO is with 12.5%.

System is not allowing to post tax amount more than 12.5% of base, as tax code is assigned.

Kindly let me know, how we can post IV with more tax amount.

Thanks In advance

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 03:45 AM


    I dont know if tax code is assigned for 12.5 then why does he wanat to post more tax. its not correct.

    then also for reason u wnat to post then for posting that invoice go to FTXP and change the tax % in such a way that tax amount will match ur requirement

    may be 316% so that the sustem while doing invoice willtake thie % and calculate tax

    then again change the tax code % to 12.5


    IN miro only u have a GL tab, i n that GL tab u can add tax gl account and add the tax amount so that it will come what u want .

    if gl tab is not comming then active it in

    spro--mm --logistic invioice ver incoming invoice Activate Direct Posting to G/L Accounts and Material Account

    hope this helps

    Reward accordingly

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    Umakant Bhangale

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