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Incoherence between BSEG and FMIFIIT

Hello

I work in sap ECC 6.0 with Budget Ledger.

I have a problem with incorrect tax values in FMIFIIT table after clearing FI document via F-44. Of course payment covers whole invoice.

Problem occurs only when there are two (or more) positions with the same tax percentage in supplier invoice assigned to two Funds Centers. There is extension that splits tax value between the same centers accordingly.

Values in FI tables (BSEG) are correct. After clearing tax values that appear in FMIFIIT are not the same (less then). Original (FMIFIIT-BTART = 100) are ok but others (BTART = 200: Reduction and 250: Paid) are not.

Budget and reservations are filled with resources.

I tried to debug SAP programs but surprisingly always I came out with already wrong calculated taxes.

Can you tell me what can I do to fix this.

Thanks in advance

Tomas

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2011 at 09:31 AM

    hi,

    I guess you have 'Online payment update' active, rigth?

    Do you have these notes implemented?

    [Note 1479438 - Tax items are not updated correctly in FM|https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/1479438]

    [Note 1570486 - FMPU_R: account assignments are overwritten|https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/1570486]

    [Note 1562047 - Account assignments in tax lines during payment update|https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/1562047]

    kind regards

    Mar

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    • Hi

      I am sorry I hoped Note 1479438 - Tax items are not updated correctly in FM should help, at least with new postings (old ones should be reposted with the tools listed in note 189761).

      You may have to report to SAP via OSS message, so that we can login and have a clearer picture. I propose you to share the solution given once the message gets solved...

      sorry I do not have better inputs :(...

      thanks!

      Mar

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