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Tax percentages in FTXP

Hi Friendzz..

I am in the implementation phase for my client. we are using best practices for him. TAXINN, and taxcodes are already configured and active in the system. But when I am trying to use them in FB50 and other transactions,

I'm getting the error

Message No FF713:

Tax code V1 country IN does not exist in procedure TAXINN

I went to FTXP transaction(Maintain Taxcode) and try to give percentages in Input Tax(VST), Input Srv.Tax(ESA) etc.

(The base amount field text box dosenot appear here to enter percentages..dont know why!! )

When I save it, I get the message Taxcode V1 changed. But when I go again into FTXP and see, the percentages I entered didnot appear.

Can you tell me why this is happenning? I think if this works, my problem will be solved.

Please help me ASAP. Points will be rewarded immediatly

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 05:00 AM

    Hello,

    Try maintaining values in OB40 assuming that you have not mapped GL Accounts

    Hope this helps

    Rgds

    Rajendra

    PS: Pls assign points if useful

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 05:31 AM

    Dear Krishna,

    First check your company code with country.

    check which tax procedure is assign to your country.

    If your tax percentage is not picking then it has a problem with your condition type.

    now be sure that the condition type should be assign to access sequence MWST (tax classification). So that your tax percentage will pick up. now you try in FTXP and give the tax percentage.

    tax code you are defining must be in company code country.

    in OB40 define the tax accounts.

    Follow the Tips.......your problem will be solved

    Don't forget to assign the points.

    Rgds,

    Madhuri

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 06:48 AM

    HI,

    Pls check the below points ..

    1. OBYZ - Check calculation Procedure

    2. OBBG - Assign Country to calculation Procedure

    Incase they are maintained correctly then you can able to do further.

    Regards

    AA

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