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trying to take away TAX from Sales order.

I have an sales order which from the customer master has MWST tax (1) tax classification), so the MWST tax is loaded when i create my order, but than within the Billing tab( under Alt.tax classific) i change this to 0 ( Non taxable), but the MWST tax is still showing in the sales order?

what am i doing wrong?

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 12:25 PM

    Hi,

    Please remove the madatory field of MWST so it will not be madatory to enter, also check the tax codes that you have defined. also, chck the tax determination.

    REgards

    Thenmozhi

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 01:17 PM

    Possible reason could be, in t.code V/06, for condition type MWST, the manual entries field is set with value D-Not possible to process manually. In this case, the user can't change the values in sales documents.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 01:59 PM

    If do you want to change the MWST to 0%:

    1. Create a new master record (VK11) for proper combination Material / Client.

    2. Make the changes in billing document

    3. Update the prices (in Conditions screen) and activate the update (in header; for items is not necessary to activate the update)

    In order to remove the MWST condition:

    1. Change the pricing procedure (usual MWST has the flag u201CMandatoryu201D)

    2. Change the condition type (V/06)

    3. In billing document delete the condition MWST

    But: are you sure that this is ok from business point of view?

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