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TAXINJ

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i am working on TAXINJ procedure, in tax code i.e in FTXP i have to maintain 2% or 100% for ecess (JECE condition) and 1% or 100% for HEcess (JECH condition ).

in j1id excise rate what i have to maintain I.e for ecess 2 or 100% and SHEcess 1% or 100%

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reddy.

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 02:29 PM

    Hello Reddy,

    In J1ID you will configure the Excise rate maintaince data which is required for to run the Excise related transactions.

    But, the values for different type of Tax conditions like JECE and JECH to be maintained through FV11 transaction.

    that means you need to create the condition records for the above two conditions through FV11.

    Suggestion:

    Then these values can be adopted in PO when you use the respective tax code.

    Hope this will clarifies,

    Reward, if it helps,

    Regards,

    Srin.K

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  • Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 03:37 PM

    In J1ID you will configure the Excise rate maintaince data which is required for to run the Excise related transactions.

    Chapter ID

    Valid from

    Valid to

    Excise rate: 16%

    In FTXP please maintain

    Excise -- 100% (i.e it will pick up 16% of excise duty maintained in the J1ID)

    JECE -- E cess -2%

    JECH--Hcess - 1%

    If you are using TAXINJ you have maintain taxcode in FTXP

    IF you are using TAXINN procedure you have maintain condition record in FV11

    Currently SAP recommends to go TAXINN procedure

    Please try

    G.Ganesh Kumar

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