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problem in taxx calculation

hello,

i have a confusion regarding calculation of price in po and in pasing of invoice.

suppose i have to to taxes like bed , aed cess , cst and vat.

then what shall i do.

i have to add bed , aed , cess in pricing schema and cst in tax code

or any other thing

please help me about . i m confused in it .

thanks

vijay

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 09:49 AM

    Hi

    I think you are confused with pricing procedure of purchasing and tax calculation procedure like TAXINN and TAXINJ.

    For your regular purchasing use and maintain procedure in M/08 and for Excise related transactions in india there are two procedure(TAXINN and TAXINJ).you can see this in OBQ3.

    For taxation you have to maintain all CIN configurations and condition records in FV11 for TAXINN and tax code in FTXP for TAXINJ.

    regards

    ravi

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 09:57 AM

    if u r using client 800 thenu r not going to see that taxinn structre and also not taxinj

    change ur client to 000

    and find the taxinn and taxinj in calulation procedure for tax

    path is

    spro-fico>fico global setting-tax on sales purchase -


    calculation prcedore for tax

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:12 AM

    yes

    i m confused how pricing AND EXCISE IS INTEGRATED

    please help

    thanks

    vijay

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