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condition types in tax procedure in CIN

hai friends

i have one doubt regarding the condition types which are there in tax procedure ( EX-TAXINN) i.e account payble condition types and account receiveble condition types

If these conditon types are there to callucate the taxes of their respective condition types then what about the condition types which are there in pricing procedurs( EX-JINFAC,JINDIPO,JINSTO,JINEXP)

PLEASE GIVE ME CLEAR IDEA

REGARDS

NITCHEL

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 07:18 AM
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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 07:22 AM

    Hi,

    As much as i understand 3 condition type JEXP, JCED and JSHC should be enough to map your excise related sales scenarios. They are all A/R cond. For sales taxes conditions like JCST should be sufficient. The pricing procedures you mentioned are models for the various scenarios.

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    Saurabh

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      Hi,

      The purpose of the cond types is to determine the value of the taxes and to flow them to FI.The pricing procedures you mentioned are model procedures and are a symbolic of the condtions that should from into a particular scenario.

      Regards,

      Saurabh

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