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Charging service tax on part amount in FB60

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I am booking one vendor invoice. Invoice amount is Rs.1060 (Rs. 660 is some printing stationary material (including VAT Rs.60) and Rs.400 is service charge.

Now i have to charge this entire bill to printing stationary GL account. and Rs. 60 to VAT receivable account.

I went to FB60. Entered details and ticked on "Calculate tax" but i did not selected VAT Tax code in header level.

I went to line item (for entering expense GL account). I selected Printing Stationary GL account, entered Rs.1060 and selected 10% VAT Tax code.

But the problem is that VAT is getting calculated on entire bill. One solution i thought that i will enter two line items (i.e 660 and 400). But user is not ready to accept this.

I tried changing layout for for "tax" tab for entering base amount. But its not comming. Is there anyway where i can enter base amount for Tax calculation.

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 12:21 PM

    Hi

    I think your original idea of entering two line items is a better option. From a reporting perspective, you do not need to show VAT data in Service Tax Returns and Service Tax Amount in VAT Returns. If you enter TAX BASE AMOUNT manually, it will not reflect in standard tax returns reports of SAP, unless you have some customized reports to pick the same.

    Regards

    Sanil Bhandari

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    • Hi

      I was talking of VAT Returns. if you enter With Holding Tax Amount manually, there is no issue. I was talking of the std report for VAT returns RFUMSV00. This report uses the Function Module CALCULATE_TAX_FROM_NET_AMOUNT to display tax amounts and if you enter anything manually, which is not calculated by the system, the same will not be displayed and the returns will not be correct.

      Regards

      Sanil Bhandari

      Edited by: Sanil K Bhandari on Jul 21, 2011 7:03 PM

  • Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 10:22 AM

    Then enter tax amount manually in the header and select tax code, here don't activate calculate tax button.

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