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Tax pricing procedure for USA / Canada

Dear All,

We are creating a new SD pricing procedures for USA and Canada.. I have few clarifications on this.

1. May i know..what is the std pricing (inlculding the TAX condition type) for USA & Canada.

2. I have gone through the IDES system and found there are 2 pricing procedure RVCXUS & RVAJUS. What is the difference between these 2 pricing procedure..

Please help me to understand the purpose of having these above pricing procedures.

Thank you.

Regards,

Mani

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 08:10 AM

    Hello,

    For US and Canada, SAP has provided two tax procedure. One based on Jurisdiction code and other without Jurisdiction code. In addition to that, for US, SAP also provide proceudre for external tax system as in US number of jurisdiction codes are very high (around 55000) and similalrly lot of changes at county level which is difficult to handle in SAP. If your client have business at large places across US then prefer to use external tax procedure which generally connect to VERTEX or any other tax system.

    For Canada, confirm with your client how they calculate tax i.e. based on jurisdiction or without jurisdiction and based on that use tax proceudre.

    Regards,

    Mukul

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    • Former Member Mukul Vichore

      Hello,

      Can any one explain me where the Tax rates are maintained for the Jurisdiction codes level. For example i have one customer code 3050 and maintained the jurisdiction code 1403105101 in the customer master record.

      Now, i want to know.. where the Tax rate are maintained for each Jurisdiction code/postal code.

      Please help me.

      Regards,

      Mani

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