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difference b/w classic TDS and eTDS

Hi Experts ,

Please advice what is the difference b/w classic TDS and eTDS.

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Vijay

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 10:56 AM

    Hi

    Withholding tax is calculated and posted to the appropriate withholding tax accounts at different stages, depending on the legal requirements in each country. As a rule, withholding tax is posted at the same time that the payment is posted, in other words the outgoing payment (Accounts Payable) or incoming payment (Accounts Receivable), is reduced by the withholding tax amount.

    In certain countries, such as Brazil, the Philippines, and Spain, withholding tax can or must be posted when the invoice is posted. This means that the amount receivable or payable is reduced by the withholding tax amount.

    Extended withholding tax supports both concepts.

    The key concept in extended withholding tax is the distinction between withholding tax type and withholding tax code. While withholding tax types represent basic calculation rules, specific features of these rules - in particular the percentage rate -

    are represented by the withholding tax code. You can define any number of withholding tax codes for a given withholding tax type.

    If a particular transaction requires more than one kind of withholding tax, this is covered in the SAP System by defining more than one withholding tax type.

    When entering a line item, you can enter withholding tax data for each of these withholding tax types.

    If any query revert back

    Regards

    Roobal

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