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Tax code missing in customer master


When I create Condition Records for MWST type, I am hitting below error.

Please advice which step I have missed out. Thanks,

Tax code in procedure TAXSG is invalid

Message no. FICORE704


The tax code entered is not defined in the country for this company code.

System Response


Check and, if necessary, correct the entry.

Procedure for System Administration

If it is not an input error, check and possibly change the system settings.

To do this, choose Maintain entries (F5).

1. Check whether the required tax determination procedure is assigned to the relevant country. the Procedure field is in the detail screen.

2. Create a new tax code if required.

Inside the customer master record I cannot find the Tax code SG. How should I assign Tax code SG inside the customer master data.



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    Posted on Nov 08, 2008 at 01:28 AM

    Please check, if Tax Code SG is maintained for Tax Procedure TAXSG. This can be checked in Transaction Code: FTXP

    Next, go to MWST Condtion Type in T.code: V/06 and check that whether it is maintained as condition category Taxes. If Maintained as Taxes, in that case, it should allow to maintain Tax Code in Condition Record. Verify the same in Transaction Code: VK12 and ensure that Tax Code is maintained for Condition Record.


    Rajesh Banka

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      Hi Priya,

      1.FTXP will be maintained by FI. But sometimes SD consultants also create TAX codes in FTXP according to the requirement. You will not find any tax codes assigned in customer master record. In CMR you will only give tax classification in BILLING tab. The access sequence maintained by you for MWST will bring this CMR tax classification into your order. For this you are creating a condition record and assigning a tax code. This tax code brings the conditions assigned to it from Tax procedure

      2. Tax Procedure: OBQ3.

      3. Maintain condition records for tax conditions in FV11,and there you will assign your tax codes, so that when you go into tax codes you can find those values maintained by you in FV11.

      4. Ask FI consultant to check the tax code. i.e, Country, tax procedure in which it was created.



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