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tax issue

Hi,

I created tax codes for input tax and output tax, i assined to condition types and pricing procedure and also i mainted gl account in ob40, now when i going to post in fb70 output tax is not calculated, its showing error message is tax code is not assigned to country or calculate procedure.

please help me out.

regards,

Gopi.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2009 at 10:02 AM

    Hi,

    Check the following settings.

    Assign Tax Calculation Procedure to Country in OBBG tcode Code

    Assign Default Tax code to Company Code in OBCL

    Assign Tax codes to Country in Customizing

    Regards,

    Abhee.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2009 at 10:43 AM

    Hi,

    thank you for your quick reply, vr we create vo ao in customizing.

    regards,

    Gopi.

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      Hi,

      You have to define a separate tax code for each country in which one of your company codes is located.

      Each code contains one or more tax rates for the different tax types.

      SAP supplies a tax calculation procedure for each country. The procedure comprises a list of all common tax types with rules for tax calculation. In addition, tax codes are defined for some countries.

      Configuration Steps for Taxes on Sales & Purchases can broadly be stated as follow:-

      1.Basic Settings

      2.Calculation

      3.Posting

      1.Basic Settings

      SPRO > Financial Accounting>Financial Accounting Global Settings>Taxes on Sales & Purchases>Basic Settings

      Define and Assign Calculation Procedure to Country

      2.Calculation

      Define Tax Code - T Code FTXP

      SPRO >Financial Accounting>Financial Accounting Global Settings>Taxes on Sales & Purchases> Calculation-->Define tax codes for sales & purchases

      In this step you are required to define the tax codes to be used in the business process.

      3. Postings

      Assign GL Accounts - OB40

      Regards,

      Abhee.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2009 at 11:57 AM

    Hi Abee,

    please check the error message,

    Tax code YY country IN does not exist in procedure ZTAXIN

    Message no. FF713

    Diagnosis

    You entered a tax code which is not defined for the country of the company code to be posted to in the tax calculation procedure.

    System Response

    Procedure

    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).

    Check whether the company code is assigned to the correct country and whether the correct tax calculation procedure has been entered for the company code country.

    Create a new tax code if necessary.

    Caution:

    Since it is possible that the tables in question are being updated at a different time on another computer, it can take a certain amount of time for the tax code to be on all local machines in client server architectures after saving the new code.

    regards,

    Gopi.

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2009 at 07:07 AM

    Hi,

    problem is resolved, we have to maintain same tax codes in mm side also( logistic general > tax on goods momenent > condition based tax)

    thanks & regards,

    Gopi.

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