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Remittance Challan W/Tax India

Hi All,

When i am posting remittance challan thru J1INCHLN, after providing details on initial screen and moving to bank screen the system freezes bank account amount to Rs 1.

Post that when i select TDS line items i have to create another line item for difference amount, say if Rs 2240 needs to be deposited through remittance challan, the accounting entry getting passed is -:

Withholding Tax A/c Dr Rs 2240

Bank A/c Cr Rs 1

Bank A/c Cr Rs 2239

This is because on second screen date and amount of Rs 1 is already entered and cannot be changed. I have to create another line item of TDS to be deposited i.e Amount to be deposited - Rs 1 9already credited).

Is this a standard SAP feature or i have missed something in configuration.

Regards

Sumit

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2010 at 11:53 AM

    Click on Charge off DIff option. Then you can change the amount.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 10, 2010 at 11:57 AM

    Hi Sumit

    When you are posting Remittance challan thrugh J1INCHLN, providing details on initial screen and moving to bank screen the system freezes bank account amount to Rs 1.at that point select docuent over view button which left side corner and double click the bank like item one rupe and put 2240 and save it

    Hope It would help you if any problem get back to me

    Best regards

    Eswar

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