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LINK TAXINN to sd pricing

HI,

how TAXINN Procedure gets linked to SD pricing procedure.

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2009 at 05:37 AM

    Dear,

    In pricing procedure you assigns Account keys to your Excise conditions e.g EXD for basic excise duty.

    to this account key EXD you mentained a G/L account with or without tax code in OB40 as per clients

    requirement. Same thing you are doing for your output Taxes.

    Also ,

    Your excise's conditions you are assining to TAXINN in

    1. Logistic general - Tax on goods movements - India - Basic System - Determination of Excise Duty - Maintain Excise Defaults.

    OR

    2.Logistic general - Tax on goods movements - India - Basic System - Determination of Excise Duty -Condition-Based Excise Determination - Classify Condition Types

    here you are assign your excise conditions against your Pricing procedure.

    thanks,

    Rahul

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2009 at 06:01 AM

    Hi,

    ED, Cess, SHECess are calculated in SD pricing & the account determination (G/L) in VKOA. The rates are determined using condition records mainatined in VK11

    For LST/CST the account determination thru G/L maintained in OB40. Here dummy taxcode is maintained but no rates maintained. The rates are determined based on condition records and rates maintained in VK11.

    Tax procedure TAXINN in OBQ3 have all mm raleated conditions. MM records are maintained in FV11, but the account determination is based on account keys maintained in tax procedure & G/L maintained in OB40.

    There is no specific link between SD pricing procedure & taxprocedure thru taxcode like you see in TAXINJ. TAXINN procedure is specific for MM only.

    Regards

    Deepu Pillai

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