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IS-T FI-CA Tax determination Rate?

In R/3 we have a config setting, which can enable SAP to determine Tax rate based on Document Date. This function is more logical as the document date is the date on which services are rendered and accordingly rates to be applied.

I am looking for similar feature in FI-CA but miss it. Currently, all document posted ( Bills & Adjustment ) consideres Posting date as service rendered date and current taxes are being computed.

Can someone help in letting me know if i am missing any configuration or If RMCa is designed to work this way only and what could be the reason for this logic.

Regards,

Balaji Jaganathan

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  • Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 01:09 PM

    Have you tried the following setting?

    In ECC 6.0

    Financial Accounting (New)

    - Financial Accounting Global Settings (New)

    - Tax on Sales/Purchases

    - Calculation

    - Assign Company Code to Document Date for Tax Determination

    There's a flag to make document date relevant for tax calculation for each company code.

    Hope it helps,

    Regards,

    Daniel Valenzuela

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  • Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 01:49 PM

    Try this path

    IMG
    SAP Customizing Implementation Guide
    -->SAP Utilities
         -->Invoicing
             -->Basic Settings
                 -->Define Tax Determination Procedure for Each Company Code Group

    In here, you will have to assign a "Time of Tax Determination" and "Tax Determination Date Type" to a company code group. You have the option of tax determination at billing or invoicing and the date type can be "Entry Date", "Document Date" or "Posting Date" or "Tax Exempt".

    Also check this activity in IMG

    IMG
    SAP Customizing Implementation Guide
    -->SAP Utilities
         -->Invoicing
             -->Basic Settings
                 -->Define Basic Settings for Invoicing

    Edited by: Srinivas Adavi on Jan 18, 2008 9:14 AM

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