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InCorrect Excise Duty during selling Material from Depot

Hello All,

Our Customer wants a Process where he can Capture the Same Excise Duty

in Commercial Invoice as Paid to Vendor while Selling the Material from

Depot with Higher Price.

For Example : In the DEPOT only trading happens i.e., material

purchased at Rs.100/- and excise duties paid Rs.14, 2 and 1 but the

same will be sold to customer at Rs.200/- then in the commercial

invoice the condition records are calculating the excise duties as Rs.

28, 4 and 2 but where as only Rs.14, 2 and 1 needs to passed on to

customer. Can someone please advise on how to pass the correct excise duties.???

Is there any standard way / functionality available in standard SAP or we need customization???

Thanks,

Vivek

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 07:59 AM

    SAP Std is available to meet your business requirement.

    ED/Cess/SECess part is captured at the input in MM side with the appropriate TAXCODES/ G/L A/c.

    In SD side, during billing the % values are determined using condition record/Tax codes.

    so in TAXINJ or TAXINN procedure, the 14,2,1 will be coming from your J1ID or Conditon record.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Anbu

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  • Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 08:38 AM

    Dear Vivek

    Sometime back, I had given one suggestion to the same question but not sure whether you have posted that question.

    In J1ID, select the tab "Material Assessable value". There for the combination of Depot and material, maintain the Assessable value as Rs.100/-. So when you generate billing in SAP, excise duty will be calculated based on this Assessable Value you maintained, ie @ Rs.100/- irrespective of your PR00 pricing.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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