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In freight can we apply CENVAT Tax code

Dear Friends,

1)(Cost=Qty x Rate) ...

EC= 2%eCess+1%High.Edu eCess

2)cost+freight , on that BED14%,EC3%,CST2%, in SAP we taking cost on that we apply tax code it calculate proper tax ,but if we take amount in fright and apply above tax code at that time system calculate only CST.Clint wants BED, EC also.

means i want BED ,EC ,should be calculated on freight....

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mahesh

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    Former Member
    Oct 15, 2008 at 12:31 PM

    Hi Mahesh,

    In Rows, you have "Assessable Value" field. In that Assessable value field you enter the value of the item and frieght as an Assessable value. And in the Formula of taxes, you consider Assessable Value for calculation.

    ie., if Assessable vlaue > 0

    BED_grossvalue = Assessable value

    else

    BED_grossvalue = Total (or) Qty * Price

    Like this you change the formula and try to get solution to your problem.

    Raja.S

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      Hi,

      You add the value of frieght with the item value and enter the value you get as an assessable value. In formula instead of calculating qty * price in BED, you give the assessable value for calculation. And based on this your other calculation will be done. This an work around method to solve your problem. There is no direct method to solve this problem, since we cannot give excise tax codes in Frieght.

      I hope this could help you.

      Raja.S

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    Former Member
    Oct 15, 2008 at 02:33 PM

    Hi Mahesh

    If you are managing through Freight, then you can not charge Excise Duty on Freight component. SAP Business One 2007B PL07 only allow charging Excise Duty on Freight, but this is limited to Item line level freight only (not on document level freight) and as Raja said, you have to change your tax formula.

    Thanks

    Anjan Bhowmick

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