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Hi

Any idea for some basic ideas about TAXINN and how different is it from TAXINJ.

In TAXINJ we create calculations schemas and attach these schemas to vendors. Then using FTXP we maintain taxes.

In taxINN how is tcode FV11 used and what role FTXP has.

Are there any material available w.r. to Taxinn.

Regards

Eldee

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 01:41 PM

    Hi Edlee

    The main difference is

    TAXINN is Condition Based Tax Procedure while TAXINJ is Formula based

    in formula based Tax Procedure (TAXINJ) you will have maintained the Tax Code Through FTXP while in case of TAXINN you will have to maintained the Condition Record through FV11

    functionality of both Tax procedure is same But now a days SAP recommend the TAXINN as this Procedure is more flexible you can change the condition record any time while in case of TAXINJ if want to make a change in tax then you will have to make the changes in FTXP that is master data

    Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 01:54 PM

    TAXINN only supports Condition based excise determination while, TAXINJ supports both Condition based and Formula based Excise Determination.

    since the exact rate of excise duty can vary on a large number of factors, such as which vendor u purchase a material from or which chapter ID the vendor stocks the material under, u create condition record for every sort of excise duty.

    when u come to enter a purchasing document, the system applies the excise duty at the rate u have mentioned in the condition records.

    Preferable to use TAXINJ

    In FTXP, u maintain condition types and their rates for a particular tax code and tax jurisdiction.

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