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the user wants to a new tax code againt which the document shouold be posted.I ve created a tax code under one country.... and maintained GL accoutns for that.

I ve created the tax code with same features of a tax code but with a change in tax rate.

In Mir4, I am able see the tax code with which the new tax code is crated but not the new tax code. How can make visible this new tax code in MIR4

BR...AJ

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 10:00 AM

    Ususally it shows when you have given the tax code in PO and there by appears in Invoice as well.

    May be you havent given the right tax code in PO. Pls check

    regards

    S

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    • Former Member Ashok Kumar Telugu

      Hi All.........!

      there is no need to configure all the above steps. One single step can solve this issue and it solved it.

      In T. code OBZT.. we can maintain the tax codes... the path AP/AR >business transactions > Assgin tax codes.(OBZT)

      when i have gone through the help.. I found the following notes. I hope it will be helpful to others.. 😊

      "Define Tax Code per Transaction

      In order to select a subset from all of the tax codes in the system, you can define, per transaction and country, which codes are valid and should therefore be offered in the possible entries help.

      You can also define one of these tax codes as a default value."

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 01:14 PM

    T code OBZT

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