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Tax Procedure -reg.

Dear Experts,

Plesae let me know.. some thing about the Tax procedure...


I've used the std Tax Procedure.. TAXINN... In this there are so many condition types available..

Right now i want to create tax codes for

1.) VAT %

2.) ED%

3.) CST%

PLease let me know the respective condition types to maintain the percentages in FTXP..

Also please let me know the condition type and taxes description respectively..

pls help on this one...

Please provide TAXINN std pricing procedure.. screenshot..

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 11:05 AM


    1.TAXINN is the tax procedure used in county version india for calculating taxes

    2. CIN MM module deals with calculation of Excises duties , E cess, VAT, CST , customs , Legal requirement ( like register maintainance) etc

    3. Calculation Schema : This determines how the price has to be calculated in Purchase orders.

    During the Purchase order creation we enter price and other condition for material that you are procuring, and also enter the taxcode in purchase order which calculates taxes.

    Based on the Pricing value and Taxcode (tax values ) will update the GR Value and During the Invoice verification process system will suggest the prices with taxes.

    for having the more clarity, please read the help content, link is provided below these are with screen shots

    Thanks & Regards,


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  • Posted on May 28, 2008 at 11:09 AM

    Hi ,

    Pls. send me exel file of TAXINN you are using. So that I can guide from there.

    TAXINN consists of Setoff and Inventorised conditions.

    You need to define Tax schema by using T code OBQ3.

    The same schema is gettign displayed in FTXP.

    You need to create condition record for respective condition type by using T code FV11.

    System will calculate automatically as soon as you use tax code say V1.



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