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Seperate account receivable for tax

Hi,

Following is the business scenario mentioned below for which I would appreciate your suggestions.......

Posting to accounts:

Customer account: 13000+

Tax Gl account: 300-

Rev. account: 10000-

From the above, instead of having the combine receivable(Net value + Service tax) against one customer account. Can we have postings to two seperate GL accounts where we can post Net value to one AR account and tax receivable to another account.

The reason being, if the user receives part of the invoice value then propartionately he wants to divide the posting between Net value & applicable tax for the value seperately.

Regards,

KK

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 11:14 AM

    Hi,

    You can assign account key ERL in transaction VKOA and assign a revenue account to that. Then the system will capture the values.

    For tax you can do the tax configuration in transaction OB40 and the systen will assign the tax values to relevant account thorugh this configuration.

    If this configuration is missing then you can assign a tax account to account key ERS in transaction VKOA.

    Reward points if it helps.

    Regards

    Karan

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 03:58 AM

    Dear KK,

    -->Please ask FI people to define seperate G/L accounts for revenue and Taxes.

    -->You define the account keys defferently to Revenue and Taxes

    SPRO>Sales And Distribution>Basic functions>Account Assignment/Costing>Revenue account determination-->Define and Assign account keys.

    -->You assign these account keys in your pricing procedure to the respective pricing condition types in V/08 transaction.

    -->You assign the G/L accounts with respect to the account keys in VKOA and OB40 transactions.

    I hope it will help you,

    Regards,

    Murali.

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