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How to post VAT after invoice is done.

May 10 at 11:03 AM

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Dear Gurus,

We have done the Customer invoice without VAT. But know the requirement is that we should deduct the VAT for the same invoice. We cannot reverse the documents posted, reason being business is not interested to reverse all the documents posted.

Any help on this is really appreciated. We are taking the VAT documents through the T-code: F.12. So, any process we do in VAT postings should come in that Report.

Any Help on this is really appreciated.

Regards,

Rohit Raj.

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Raj:

Please change the primary tag on this question so you can get good responses. this is not related to FICA - perhaps you should choose FIN Accounts Receivable.

regards,

bill.

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Dear Sir,

As suggested changed the Primary Tag on this question.

Thanks for correcting me sir.

Regards,

Rohit.

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G Lakshmipathi
May 10 at 12:41 PM
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You can try via FB70 which would fulfill your requirement from FI side but there would be an inconsistency from SD side. So, try to convince your client to cancel the billing document and recreate it; else, you need to manually do table update from SD side which is not at all recommended

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Rohit raj May 14 at 09:48 AM
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Dear Sir,

Thanks for your valuable inputs and looking into it.

Actually the scenario here is How to post the VAT for the documents which are already posted without the VAT.

Challange would be here is :

We cannot reverse the documents which are already posted reason being they are coming from different system and business is also not interested to reverse the same.

So, is there any chance where we can post the VAT for the documents which are already posted without VAT and get them in the Report F.12.

Any help on this is really appreciated.

BR

Rohit.

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Hi Rohit

Most of the countries typically have a process to raise a credit /debit note as a follow up document and than show the same the same in Tax Returns as well as collect tax liability. You might want to check with your business if that is a possibility. In such a case, you can create a credit or a debit note to the customer with reference to pre existing billing document.

regards

Sanil

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