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Tax rate for Jurisdiction code level

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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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 09:56 AM

    hi

    Go to FTXP and enter the country and then tax code and Jurisdiction code. Maintain the tax rate.

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 06:56 AM

    Hello Mani,

    I assume, you have scenario either in US or in Canada. In this case tax rates are maintained in FI as well as in SD area. In SD, it is maintained through VK11. When you carry out transaction, system determine UTXJ/CTXJ (for US or Canada) from VK11 which becomes statastical and JR1...JR4 (JRC1..JRC4 for Canada) from FI area. As US or Canada have multilevel tax, JR1..JR4 (JRC1..JRC4) get posted in FI area with different G/L account. This is legal requirement

    Regards,

    Mukul

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