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Taxinn for sd needed or not

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Is it necessary to create Tax code for excise determination in

TAXINN in SD Scenario. While maintaining condition record (

JEXP) for Excise access sequence JEXC doesnu2019t has Tax

Code field Whereas for Sale Tax determination (

JCST/JLST) access sequence JLST /CST which has Tax code

field . (In TAXINN we create Dummy tax code (blank))

is it true whatever I have written ? If yes then what is

use of tax code where it triggers in FI Posting? Why we use

only for Sale Tax not for Excise duty?

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 11:53 AM

    Hi Ramesh,

    By Default, when we maintain a Condition type with Condition class as Taxes the system introduces a Field for Tax code to be filled which is generally a mandatory field for Tax rate maintainence.

    Hence though the rates are not maintained in the Tax Codes itself but in the Conditions we have to maintain the Tax Codes.

    If you are using TAXINN, then the Tax Codes are just for the Dummy purpose to classify the rates. Again unlike TAXINJ you need not have to create a new Tax Code every time a new tax rates are introduced.

    Regards,

    Karthik.

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      Hi Ramesh,

      1) In IDES i.e. 800 client you will not have any settings for TAXINJ or TAXINN. So you cannot create a scenario with Excise conditions or CST and LST unless it is incorporated in the TAX procedure you are using. For this you will require CIN ( Country Version India) to be activated which is the module that takes care of the Taxation part in Indian scenario. As I had said earlier you need to make a copy of 000 client so as to use the CIN. You will get many links for the customisation of CIN in SDN.

      2) Irrespective of the Tax procedure you have to mainitain the Tax code so that you are able to differentiate the tax rates. The Tax codes are for the FI purpose and just by looking at the Tax code one can understand the rate maintained. In case of TAXINN it is just for the indication and does not have the provision to maintain rates.

      3) The Tax classification indicators which are maintained in the Customer and Material master against the Tax Category which comes from the Tax Procedure. We keep the Condition Type for the Taxes in the Pricing Procedure with the same name as in the Tax procedure only for the easy identification.

      4)In TAXINN there is no formula, but J1ID will be used. The Excise rates reflect in the Excise document only if the Condition type for Total value is maintained.

      Regards,

      Karthik.

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