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customer Invoice cancellation with no tax return to customer.

Hi friends,

Please give your expert advice.

Requirement is-

Need to configure the invoice cancellation against the original invoice and here don't want to give taxes back to the customer. So in the accounting docs of the cancellation invoice, tax value must not be credited to the customer. Please suggest what changes have to be done in pricing.

Regards,

Sandeep

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    Former Member
    May 28, 2010 at 11:46 AM

    Hi,

    Create a credit memo rather than cancelling the invoice. Assign a custom routine to the tax condition type which will check for the document type, if the document type is credit memo the condition will not be valid. This should work.

    Regards,

    Shantanu

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Krishna,

      i got some clues from your post, however i need different pricing procedure to be determined in the new billing document not the same which exists in the original invoice.

      Regards,

      Sandeep

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    Former Member
    May 31, 2010 at 07:39 AM

    Hi Sandeep

    You may have mis-understood the purpose of an invoice cancellation.

    In SAP, invoice cancellation is used to reverse the GL postings associated with a billing document (invoice) and also to re-set the status on the underlying delivery or sales order so that it can be re-billed. If there is no requirement to re-bill, invoice cancellation is the wrong process to use.

    That being so, you should always credit the tax value to the customer.

    You have not explained why you do not want to credit the tax value to the customer.

    In order to properly recommend a process it would be helpful if you gave us a bit more detail on the business transaction and requirements.

    Are materials being returned?

    Do you want to re-bill the transaction? And if so, how will the re-bill differ from the original transaction?

    James

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