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Basic Excise Duty + VAT and Basic Excise Duty + CST in Indian Scenario

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How weu2019ll manage Basic Excise Duty + VAT and Basic Excise Duty + CST in Indian Scenario.

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Sukhjinder Singh

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 07:07 AM

    Hi,

    How weu2019ll manage Basic Excise Duty + VAT and Basic Excise Duty + CST in Indian Scenario.

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      Dear Sujith Ernam ,

      I understand from your message is that you want to know how CST, BED and other tax codes are set in B1.

      If my understanding is correct, kindly refer the document "HowtoUsetheTaxEngineforIndia2004.2B" in customer portal. This document explains the basic setup for the tax on India localisation.

      Regards,

      Raghu N

      SAP Business One Forums Team

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 08:20 AM

    Hi,

    In SAP B1, we dont have separate column/table to give Excise / VAT /CST as input. Hence, in SAP B1 we have to give this input of ExciseVAT or ExciseCST as combination.

    This combination can be prepared using following path---

    Administration--->setup>financial-->Tax

    Please reply incase of any problem.

    Regards,

    Abhishek

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