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Different Excise duties for same material in taxinn ( URGENT)

Hi.

I have one FG material ABC and its incoming duty is (12%,2% and 1% ) and outgoing excise duty is different then out maintain the same in SD point of view.

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Ramachandra

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 05:13 PM

    Dear Ramachandra

    The basic logic in SAP is that for each and every operation, we need to define a new part number. This means, for incoming material ABC, if you maintain material code ABC, for outgoing, you need to maintain ABC1.

    Secondly in <b>FTXP</b>, two types of taxes are there, viz.Input Tax and Output Tax. While inwarding the material, you need to assign input tax and for outgoing, you need to assign output tax.

    Check with your FI people who can direct you clearly in this regard.

    Thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 04:52 AM

    hi,

    since u are using taxinn u can create cond records for both teh incoming and outgoin trasanctions. make sure u use diff cond types in sales and in purchases. also make sure u have maintained the following settings- img log general -taxes on goods mvmt-- india -basic settings -determination of excise duty -maintain excise defaults.

    saurabh

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