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Reg 2007 Tax Code

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Some Clients are posting Purchase order based on the Tax code 'CENVAT' for taking printing purpose but while GRPO they are making VAT based posting.

Issue is in 2007 B its not possible add or change tax code in GRPO from CENVAT to VAT code once item is posted.Tax code also not getting displayed .can any one give solution regarding this issue.



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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 05:08 AM


    Actually you cannot post the GRPO of a excisable item without CENVAT tax code if you intend to do so then from the form settigs bring the column "excisable" and set it as "No" during the posting.

    To change the GRPO, when you copy it from the P.O. Then go to the tax code field and change the tax code. It will allow you to change the tax code.

    But can you please xplain what is the requirement or need to print the P.O in CENVAT and the GRPO with vat. As because logically you need not use a tax code in the P.O. But for excisable items you cannot post GRPO without proper excise postings.



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