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Additional duty of custom in domestic purchase

Hi Friends,

My Client purchases import material in domestic market also. So at the time of purchasing this material client pays ADC to the vendor.

So in domestic pricing i want to maintain this condition of ADC.

I want to clear following points in this regard:-

*1. To create this ADC condition type which condition should i refer.

2. This ADC amount is claimable and its value is debited into BED register how can i do this*

Waiting for your response !!

Regards

Vivek

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  • Posted on Jul 30, 2008 at 05:40 PM

    Hi,

    Refer SAPNote 964190 - ADC on domestic purchase of imported goods

    This occurs in case if a trader will pass on Additional duty of Customs paid while importing the goods. In case of capital goods, the credit for ADC can be fully availed.The credit for this ADC can be availed.

    Configurations:

    Create a new condition for ADC(JADC) by referring to the attachement in SPRO -> Materials management -> Purchasing -> Conditions -> Define Price Determination Process -> Define Condition Types. Give the short text as "ADC in Pricing".

    Add this condition type (JADC) to the pricing procedure at SPRO -> Materials management -> Purchasing -> Conditions -> Define Price Determination Process -> Define Calculation Schema. Set the SubTotal as 2 for this condition type(JADC). No ActKy is required.

    JEXC shall be used for countervailing duty and ECS amount need not be entered in the pricing procedure.Only ADC amount will be entered against

    this new condition type(JADC).

    1. The Excise Registration Is Liable to AED.i.e. In the transaction SM30, for Table / View:J_1IREGSET, AED must be checked.

    2. AED% is NOT required to be maintained J1ID for that material.

    3. The AED(Additional excise duty)condition in the tax code has to be active if sub-routine based tax procedure(TAXINJ) is being used.

    4. For ADC, either the setoff or inventory exists.Both conditions cannot exist simultaneously.

    5. The condition record for AED has to exist (in transaction FV12) if condition based tax procedure(TAXINN) is being used.

    Refer to the attached document 'J_1I4_GET_MANUAL_EXCISE.zip' for changing the import and export parameters.

    Add the parameters listed in the document to respective function modules.

    Procedure to add new parameters:

    Run transaction SE37, enter the function module name as J_1I4_GET_MANUAL_EXCISE and click on 'Change' button. To add import parameters, click on 'Import' tab, else to add export parameter click on18.03.2008 Page 2 of 3 Note 964190 - ADC on domestic purchase of imported goods

    'Export' tab. Add new parameters according to the details given in the attached document. Save and activate the changes.

    Apply the code corrections once the parameters have been added.

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    • Former Member Pankaj Singh

      Hello Sir,

      What i am understanding is that i will pass value for ADC in tax code under condition type AED.Could you please explain where to maintain condition type AED should it be under TAXINN if its in TAXINN then under what step should it be maintained

      Regards

      Vivek

  • Posted on Jul 30, 2008 at 05:45 PM

    HI

    Create condition type JADC: Additional Duty as a copy of JCV1

    Please refer Note Note 910681 - Legal changes on Additional Duty of Custom

    In the correction you have 2 files download them - Very useful iinformation

    1. Configurations_ADC.zip

    2. DDIC_ADC.zip

    Check Configurations_ADC.zip it is given here what are the configurations to be done.

    Create condition type JADC: Additional Duty as a copy of JCV1

    Thanks & Regards,

    Kiran

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