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Import PO procedure..?

Hi all

Can anybody explain me end to end import procurement procedure with transactions

Including capturing excise duties and posting the duties ,..etc

If possible pl guide me with example , when i have do invoice verification , capture duties...etc..

Thanks

sap-mm

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    Mar 05, 2009 at 11:16 AM

    Hi

    For Import PO

    - You should have different Pricing Procedure ,with all the Duties conditions defined.

    - Import Vendor , with import currency

    - Different Document type for import PO, in the PO for the Customs conditions give the Customs Vendor code.

    - In PO tax code to be Zero or Nil %

    - Do MIRO for Customs Vendor before doing MIGO

    - Aftre doing MIRO do GR for the Item ( in MIGO you will get popup for the MIRO document done, excise details from this is populated in to the PO )

    Regards

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      hi

      Pls guide me with more clear picture in excise duty capture and posting for import PO.

      whether i have to maintain any tax code with excise duties , or i have to maintain zero + nil excise duties in PO.

      and when i have capture and post excise duties.

      From FI part what they will do , whether they capture any excise duties ..

      Please giv me the clear picture

      Thanks

      sap-m

  • Mar 05, 2009 at 11:18 AM

    hi

    TOTAL IMPORT CONFIGURATION AND CYCLE

    in ur pricing u have to create following

    JCDB IN: Basic Custom Duty

    JCV1 IN : CVD

    JECV IN : Ed Cess on CVD

    J1CV IN : H&SECess on CVD

    JEDB IN : Ed Cess on BCD

    JSDB IN : H&SECess on BCD

    JADC Additional Duty of Custom

    JCV1, JECV, J1CV and JADC will go to Excise MODVAT Accounts and JCDB, JEDB and JSDB will get loaded on inventory.

    In M/06, for all above conditions, keep following controls;

    Cond. class A (Discount or surcharge) Plus/minus A (Positive)

    Calculat.type A (Percentage)

    Cond.category B (Delivery costs)

    Activate "Currency Conversion" and "Accrual"

    Now for setoff

    maintain the following conditions in excise default settings.

    JCV1, JECV, JADC

    path: spro>logistic general >tax on goods movements>India >basic settings>determination of excise duty >maintain excise defaults >

    along with ur tax procedure maintain these conditions in the specified fields

    JCV1 in CVD condition field.

    JECV in ECS condition field.

    JADC in ACD condition field.

    in case of SECess on CVD, no need to maintain.

    it is hardcode in the standard

    Vendor in GR 2 (Entry always possible)

    Import scenario

    1.Create material master of import goods.

    2. Create vendor master record of import vendor and Customs clearing vendor.

    3. Maintain CIN settings.

    4. Maintain J1id.

    5. Maintain Pricing procedure SAP standard JIMPOR.., maintain required conditions..JCDB, JCV1...

    6.Assign the schema to respective import vendor in purchasing view of VMR.

    7. Create import PO, ZERO tax code ,check in conditions of JCDB, JCV1 the customs clearing vendor(Indian vendor) and percentage is assigned. This can be done by In condition tab select condtion then click on display, then enter.

    Save the PO.

    8. MIRO --Capture Bill Of Entry.(Commercial Invoice No.,).Customs clearing first .Here CVD will b converted to BED.

    9. Capture Excises invoice--j1iex.

    10.MIGO. here system will ask u for the commertial invoice no ,give no gen in step8

    12.Post Excise Invoice.

    13.MIRO...Payment to vendor(import vendor)

    regards

    KI

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      """Now for setoff

      maintain the following conditions in excise default settings.

      JCV1, JECV, JADC

      path: spro>logistic general >tax on goods movements>India >basic settings>determination of excise duty >maintain excise defaults >

      along with ur tax procedure maintain these conditions in the specified fields

      JCV1 in CVD condition field.

      JECV in ECS condition field.

      JADC in ACD condition field.

      in case of SECess on CVD, no need to maintain.

      it is hardcode in the standard

      Vendor in GR 2 (Entry always possible)"""""

      hi kunal,

      referring to your JECV and JADC into ECS and ADC cond field, i clicked the performance assistant beside and it wrote

      "If you use condition-based excise determination, fill out the CVD cond. field and leave all the others blank."

      so is it still required to maintain JECV and JADC in maintain excise defaults?

      also, where can i find this this "vendor in GR2(entry always possible)"? i can't see this in maintain excise defaults.

      btw, i am on ECC6. thank you.

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    Nov 16, 2011 at 02:48 PM

    Hi again

    We are from Argentina, I understand your points, we test with MIGO trn , and in the Class Condition put, differents charges , this let us to apportionment value in the material cost to inventory.

    But , for example we received the material in 01/11/2011, we need to entry at the inventory , but the charges we know after one week, our invertory cost remains unactualy. If we knew the cost before we could make the income

    The doubt is we to pay our suppliers, (differents import charges) and remail our inventory with import's cost updated for each material.

    Regards

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