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Tax calculation with and without Frieght Charges

Hi all,

My Pricing Procedure is defined in the below mentioned way:

Present Scenario:(Tax 4% is calculated on Freight Charges)

Base amount = Rs.100/-

Freight = Rs.20/-

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Rs. 120/-

Tax 4% = Rs. 4.80

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Total Rs. 124.80

New Scenario:(Tax 4%is not calculated on Frieght charges)

Base amount = Rs.100/-

Tax 4% = Rs. 4/-

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Rs. 104/-

Freight = Rs.20/-

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Total = Rs. 124/-

How to map the new scenario,, infact my client want to use both the above sceanarios in a Pricing Procedure,,

how to define it?

please help me out,

thanx in advance

urendra

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    Posted on Nov 05, 2008 at 09:38 AM

    Create a same freight condition type with reference to the freight condition type already present in ur calculation schema.

    now assisn the new condition type in ur pricing procedure upon the From and TO based on the subtotal like:

    Base amount = Rs.100/-

    Freight (old condition type) = Rs. 0

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    Rs.100/-

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    Tax 4% = Rs. 4

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    Rs.104/-

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    Freight (new condition type) = Rs.20/-

    -


    Total Rs.124 /-

    regards,

    indranil

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    Posted on Nov 05, 2008 at 09:40 AM

    for scenario 1)

    1)insert the Z freight condition in Tax procedure which will be statastical.Maitain condition record.

    2)create the same Z condition not statastical and delivery cost type in pricing procedure.Assign G/L in OBYC. matain condition record.

    maitain the both conditions with same value and at a time

    for sceario 2)

    only follow step 2) of scenario 1)

    regards,

    sujit

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