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how to define tax code in FTXP

hi,

how to define tax code and jurisdiction code in tcode: FTXP

let me know by step by step

i was trying with existing information, but after entered all the details it went to 1 more page. where fields like A/R BED, A/R SED, A/R AED, A/R CESS are grey coloured. so, how to edit all the fields.

thanks.

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2008 at 10:52 AM

    they will be opened as you increase your level of jurisdiction

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2008 at 11:22 AM

    Dear Mohan,

    To Activate Tax Type in FTXP, first go to

    SPRO --> IMG --> Financial Accounting --> Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) --> Tax on Sales/Purchases --> Basic Settings --> Check Calculation Procedure --> Define Procedure

    There you select your Tax procedure either TAXINN or TAXINJ or Custom-Procedure, which ever is activated in ur company.

    Note: Check in FTXP for which Condition Type & for which level you want to activate that.

    Then after selecting the Procedure TAXINN or TAXINJ, double click on Control Data (left-hand tree)

    There you can see the procedure defined, over there three check boxes column u can see, then for which Condition Type & for which level you want to activate you just remove the tick from any of the check boxes relevant to your Condition type & Level and SAVE

    Now check the same in FTXP.

    Hope this may Help you.

    Best Regards,

    Amit

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 10:55 AM

    thanks

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