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Departure / Destination Country - Taxes

Dear SD techies,

I have dodgy error in inter-co tax flow. Scenario is within europe but outside Czech to GB.

In one co it picks up domestic taxes code and in other co it picks up departure cournty/destination country tax codes. Both the co's are in the same country, but material is sourced from different plants. Am bit confused. Can someone out there help me or explain on what condition this picks up domestic taxes.

Regards

Gippy

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    Nov 05, 2008 at 11:00 AM

    Hi

    While Creating condition records u have to take key combination with Domestic Taxs.. and give condition records

    Might be u created both Dep country and Domestic Tax combination..

    So, better check condition records in VK19

    Regards

    Srinivas.

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    Nov 05, 2008 at 01:45 PM

    Thanks Srini.

    Issue is from one co code system is fetching Dep country and Dest Country combination and from another co from the same country, system is picking up from Domestic taxes combination. On both scenarios materials are coming out of the country...but why it is looking domestic taxes instead of the other?

    Rgs Gippy

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    • Dear Gippy

      Several parameters influence the tax amounts and tax rates determination. The most important ones include:

      - Delivering country (origin)

      - Tax class of the ship-to partner

      - Tax class of the material being shipped

      - Tax calculation date

      - Jurisdiction code from ship-to-party (customer)

      - Jurisdiction code from ship-from address (plant)

      - Point-of-order acceptance

      - Point-of-order origin

      SAP defaults the ship-from jurisdiction maintained on the plant as the point-of-order acceptance, and ship-to jurisdiction maintained on the customer as the point-of-order origin.

      thanks

      G. Lakshmipathi

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    Former Member
    Nov 05, 2008 at 04:12 PM

    Laksmi,

    Thanks for clear explanation. If you see existing scenario is we have two co codes from same country. We ship goods from both the co., codes. Any transaction from these co codes is exports / sto's or drop shipments. Whichever trax we take it has to has to see dep/dest country combs.

    To be more clear - Scene 1 - Co code 1

    Czech to GB - (System is picking domestic taxes)

    GB to Germay (System is picking dep country/dest country)

    Germay to Customer(german customer) - Domestic taxes

    Scene 2 Co code "

    Czech to Germay (System is picking dep country/dest country)

    Germay to Customer(german customer) - Domestic taxes

    Every bit of config have been checked but unable to resolve why system is dodging or am not looking the config which is simple. Please guys do give your thoughts where am missing.

    Gpy

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    • Former Member

      HI Gippy

      What u said is right..but it picks like creation of records in VK19.. Check whether u have maintained for Domestic Taxes or not.. U may be maintained for Depature Country.

      Check out one time in VK19

      Regards

      Srinivas.

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    Former Member
    Nov 06, 2008 at 05:02 PM

    Thanks Srini. Checked VK19, yes I have maintained in both Domestic taxes and Dep -Dest country combis. In the scenarios am testing it has to pick up dep-dest country and not domestic taxes as goods are moving out of the country.

    On what condition this scenario is picking domestic taxes-which is wrong.

    Regards

    GPY

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    • Former Member

      Check your tax condition types,condition tables and Tax procure which is assigned to the country.

      Thanks,

      Subba