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IGST(JIMD) getting posted during MIGO

Jan 16 at 11:47 AM

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Former Member

Hi All,

JIMD condition has been added in MM pricing procedure

Recently we have expired condition JCV1 and JADC. After expiring this condition, IGST is getting posted during MIGO.

Before expiring this conditions, the posting were correct

MIGO posting

Kindly help to understand why IGST is getting posted in MIGO.

Thanks!

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Former Member Jan 17 at 11:18 AM
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Hi All,

I checked the config for JIMD in table J_1IEXCDEF and it is maintained under ECS Condition Type A/P Imports. Is it correct ?


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PRASOON AK Jan 17 at 12:15 PM
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Hi,

First of all, the standard GST solution is not adopted in the config as already mentioned - JIMD condiiton should be in tax procedure only, not in MM pricing. Secondly, if a condition type is delivery cost condition (condition cateory B in M/06), then the posting will happen even if its marked as statistical in pricing procedure.

So the options would be to follow the standard solution and remove JIMD from MM pricing or follow your own method and keep the condition category as blank in M/06 for JIMD and mark JIMD as statistical. Test the scenario and revert back.

Regards,

Prasoon

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Former Member

Hi Prasoon,

Thanks for your reply.

If I make condition category blank for JIMD, will it be fetched in MIRO when "Planned delivery cost" is selected.

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No, It wont be. Since its statistical, there is no account posting as well and IGST is not expected as PDC as per GST scenario. The IGST will be directly calculated based on the BCD + Assessble value as per the new routine.

Regards,

Prasoon

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Ankur Chauhan Jan 16 at 12:38 PM
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Hi SAPMM USER,

You have not maintained the JIMD Tax condition as per the GST Solution in the above screen shot I can see its maintained in the Pricing Procedure of MM, but as per the solution it should be the part of TAXINN.

You can check why these accounting entries has been generate by clicking on the layout change push button, here you need to add "Transaction"

Thanks,

Ankur

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Former Member

Hi Ankur,

Thanks for your reply!

Client has also maintained JIMD in TAXINN. But for some reason they are using JIMD from MM pricing.

But my question is, when JCV1 and JADC condition were maintained. This posting was not appearing.

After we expired this conditions, IGST is getting posted in MIGO.

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Hello SAPMM,

Actually as per the screen shot those conditions are statistical, that is why there are no accounting entries has been generated for those condition types.

Thanks,

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Former Member

Hello

JIMD is also marked as Statistical.

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That is what I am telling you, please also check the tax in invoice tab, there you will definitely find the JIMD in your tax procedure.

Thanks

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Former Member

Hi Ankur,

As per your suggestion, condition type which are marked as statistical will not post accounting entities. JIMD is marked as statistical but accounting entries are getting posted for this.

Check last enrty for JIMD condition which is "PP IGST Intgrated IGST"

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Brother I am not talking about your MM pricing procedure, you should also concern about this issue with your FI person, he will explain you about the tax pricing procedure maintained in TAXINN procedure.

To check that you have to go in the Invoice Tab of your Purchase Order there you will find TAXES push button; after clicking on that button you will get the exact condition type.

Thanks,

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Former Member

Hi Ankur,

I checked the taxes tab, nothing is maintained there.

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Dibyendu Patra Jan 17 at 12:16 PM
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Replacing two excise duties to IGST does not mean that you just need to replace the condition type in MM pricing procedure. Previously, condition types for excise duty was in MM pricing procedure. But IGST is to be added in Tax pricing procedure. Please review the Import solution for GST which is suggested by SAP to understand the fundamental changes. You can find the same in OSS note.

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