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CST and VAT amount (non deductible taxe) is debiting in the purchase price

Hi

I am facing some problem in migo FI documents

MY client is maintaining standard price for raw materials

While doing GR in MIGO CST and VAT ,both are non deductible taxes, is debiting in purchase price variance and crediting in GR/IR

The above said taxes are not debiting in raw material account now

I had already done all the settings in OBCN like tick mark, posting indicator and 3 Distribute to relevant expense/revenue items etc.,

but still the taxes are debiting in variance account. We are maintaining pricing procedure as TAXINJ

plz give your suggestions how to solve the problem.

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    Posted on May 21, 2009 at 09:29 AM

    Hi

    If you have maintained a Standard proce control in the material master, the non deductible taxes will not post into the material account, you need to maintain a moving average price control for the material to get the non deductible taxes posted.

    Price variance account is trigerred due the reason as sytem is trying to post it on to the material and you maintained it as standard price, so sytem cannot add to the material, so it posts the amount in PP account.

    Change price control from S to V, you r issue will be solved

    Thanks & Regards

    Kishore

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    • Former Member

      Hi

      changing of price index is not possible, as our client wants to maintain in std price only

      wheter we can go for routines for the perticular conditions type in the prizing procedure

      Edited by: K. Raghuram on May 21, 2009 1:10 PM

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