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Trading scenario with AED (Tax procedure- TAXINN)

Hi,

I've a query. My client procures a material from a vendor, which he imports. When he sends invoice to my client the details are as follows-

Base value- 8440 (Including BEDAEDEcsee+SEcess)

VAT 4%- 338

Total invoice amt- 8778/-

But vendor paas on the duties as follows.

BED- 571.60/-

AED-167.54/-

Ecess-11.43/-

SEcess-5.72/-

I've tried this with normal trading procedure. I've created a PO with 8778(8440+VAT 338).{In FV11, rates maintained are 0% with 100% set off}

In MIGO, I've selected MRP indicator, n maintained base value as 7683.71(Excluding duties) & maintained BED,AED,Ecess & SEcess in respective fields.

Accounting entries are correct.

But problem arises after I capture & post exc invoice. In MIRO,

the vendor account should be credited with 8778 only, but it's showing more than this(9000+). What will be the reason?

But when I do MIRO before posting exc invoice, it's working fine. But I'm not sure whether this will come under standard SAP procedure.

Please guide me on above issue. And let me know whether we can map it in standard SAP?

Thanks & Regards,

Piyush

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2008 at 02:50 PM

    Dear Piyush,

    This is nothing but normal trading procedure , have you maintained AED condition in FV11 with set off condition?

    Regards

    Kedar

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