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MM acct.det. transfer stock sloc to sloc and accrue excise tax

Our company needs to transfer stock from a bonded storage location to a tax paid storage location within the same plant, and we need to calculate and accrue excise tax on these transfers.

I was looking at MB1B mvmt 311 - can this be configured to calculate the tax and then generate an accounting doc? Or can I create a custom mvmt type to do this? If yes, which transaction event key(s) and account modifier(s) should I use in MM account determination? And where do I flag the movment type to calculate tax?

All the threads & notes I am able to find that at first seem helpful pertain only to India or Brazil - we are in California, US. (Sorry for such a detailed MM question; my strength is SD.)

Thanks much for any insight!

Anke

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2008 at 04:30 AM

    Hi Anke,

    SLoc to SLoc transfer in MIGO (mvt type 311) creates no accounting doc as the transfer is within the same plant.

    You can create a Stock Transport Order (STO) transaction ME37. THere you can config a pricing condition to accrue tax.

    Phyllis.

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    • We are on ECC 5.0. I looked at this menu path: Under Spro-- MM -PUR -Pur Order -Set up Stock transport order----, but then I don't have any option that says: STO Storage loc to loc. All I have is the following:

      - Define Shipping Data for Plants

      - Create Checking Rule

      - Define Checking Rule

      - Assign Delivery Type and Checking Rule

      - Assign Document Type, One-Step Procedure, Underdelivery Tolerance

      Under the last option, Assign Document Type, One-Step Procedure, Underdelivery Tolerance, it seems I can make an entry connecting supplying plant to receiving plant and STO doc type, and so I did that. But the entry here seems to have made no difference, and no mention anywhere about sloc. I still get the same error.

      Am I overlooking something?

      Thanks,

      Anke

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