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Calucation of Tax Amount in FB70

Hi Guru's,

Here Tax Procedure is TAXINN in which I have maintain Tax Code V9 as 14.42% (EXCISE+CESS) + 12.5% (VAT) in FV11. So while doing MIRO I select V9 Tax code then automatically Tax amount is calculated.

My question is can same can done in FB60. Means can Tax amount can automatically calculated in FB60 when I selecting V9 as Tax Code which was calculated in MIRO.

I needed for transaction without Purchase Order.

Right answer will be rewarded.

Regards

Amit

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 11:16 AM

    Dear,

    Yes, You can do it for FB60 also.

    You have to Tick calculate TAX option & select tax code as per your requirement(V9).

    You have to also enter Tax Code(V9) in item level field.(6th field from left at item level)

    GOPAN

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      Thnk Gopan,

      I have selected Tax Code V9 in line item & header also. And also select tik in Calculate tax but I got an error "Tax Code V9 does not exist in TAXINN".

      Why this error is coming since same tax code & vendor in select in MIRO then it get post with tax amount.

      May some any customization to be done? Pls help me.

      Regards

      Amit

  • Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 10:41 AM

    Hi,

    use FB60 for incoming invoices

    FB70 is for outgoing invoices

    sure tax amount will be calculated and posted with FB60 too not only with MIRO.

    Pls. test it in your test system..

    BR Tarik

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