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Base value in excise tab for import PO

Dear all,

We have a import purchase scenario where in the base value while capturing the excise invoice in MIGO is incorrect.

The PO value is 5000 EUR (400000 INR) with PO ex.rate as 80. The CVD caluated in PO is 540 EUR (43200 INR) which 10% of (PO value + Basic customs duty). While posting invoice in MIRO the CVD value posted was 41040 INR.

While posting GR for that particular PO the CVD value appearing is correct as per invoice which is 41040 INR but the base value is 427,938.46 INR.

And if we check the CVD value with refernce to GR base value it is 9.5% instead of 10%.

Request to kindly to let us know is where exactly the system picks the value or how does the system calculates the base value.

Secondly if we change the base value the taxes also change since the % does not match.

Would be grateful if we get some suggestion on this.

thanks and regards,

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2009 at 08:14 AM

    hi

    it calculates the percentage you maintained in the condition type and tax codes (if any)

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