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'Calculate Tax' Check box mandatory tick

I want the 'calculate tax' check box ticked by default mandatorily.

I entered a parameter value with XTX = X;but stil, while we are posting the bank statement, it is not ticked in the bank charges item. If the user forgets to check this manually, the tax will not be calculated. Hence we want this tick automatically checked.

Please guide.

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  • May 02, 2018 at 04:02 PM

    Hi nikki,

    Does it work with FB60 or FB01 ? What trx does not get the value ?

    Kind Regards

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  • May 03, 2018 at 04:05 AM

    Hi nikki saju

    Some of the questions first:

    1. Does your bank statement file contains a single line for bank charges and tax? Eg, $ 10 is the amount of Bank Charges and $ 1 is the tax amount, does it appear as a single item in the bank file. If not, is tax shown as a seperate line item in the bank file

    Depending on the reply, there could potentially be two approaches:

    (A) If your bank is giving a single line in the bank statement file for $11, I would suggest to allow posting through EBS for $11 into bank charges account and than post a journal entry to transfer the tax amount to tax credit account. Since you are processing your bank statement in background mode, the above parameter id would not work.

    (B) If you have a seperate line item for tax amount of $1, I would suggest to see if there is an unique external transaction type. If yes, you may create a new posting rule and have it posted directly to tax credit account. If that is not the case, you may check your bank file to see if you can set up a search string in EBS Configuration to post the tax amount to tax credit account depending on notes to payee information in the bank file.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sanil Bhandari

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    • Hi

      Thanks for the update. One question, will this not have impact on the amount of VAT Input credit available for you, however, miniscule. You should still transfer the amount of VAT to input credit GL as I pointed out already in my reply, so that your tax reports are correct. I also assume that the user who is processing EBS would not post invoices most of the times, so your issue should be resolved.


      Sanil Bhandari