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Can't Process Multiple Taxes on Pricing Procedure

Dear All,

I have two tax condition types on Pricing Procedure. one of them is MWST and the other one is a copy of MWST which is ZSED.

I have maintained the vk11 for both (separately) with the different Tax Codes.

the PROBLEM is that when i m making ZSED not liable for tax (on customer and material both) and MWST laible for tax (on customer and material both). The pricing procedure on the sales order is still showing ZSED.

Please guide me with this problem as i feel that ZSED is following MWST's Tax classification rather then its own.

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    Oct 19, 2011 at 07:08 AM

    Dear Muhammad Zeeshan Shafi,

    In any one of the condition type (MWST or ZSED) try to change the Cond.category other than tax (V/06) and try to execute.

    Check and revert

    regards

    Ram

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    • Ok.

      In this case,

      If you are using access country/State/Customer Classif.1/Material Classification 1, say std condition table 040 for MWST.

      Then use different acess for ZSED, say, 041-Country/State/County/Customer Classif.2/Material Classif.2 or create new access 9XX - country/State/Customer Classif.2/Material Classification 2

      Then make sure, in OVK1 your country has following sequence,

      say,

      Tax Count.

      Name

      Seq.

      Tax Categ.

      Name

      IN

      India

      1

      MWST

      Output Tax

      IN

      India

      2

      ZSED

      Spl ED

      So that the result, in the sales order access 040 for MWST will hit TAXK1-Cust/TAXM1-Matl & access 041 for ZSED will hit TAXK2-Cust/TAXM2-Matl.

      Regards

      JP

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    Former Member
    Oct 19, 2011 at 08:52 AM

    Hi,

    Create a different access sequence by including a table which is having additional field for example sales organisation and then complete the transaction.

    I think your issue is because you are using same table for maintaining condition records for both condition types.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Sharan

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    Former Member
    Oct 21, 2011 at 07:37 AM

    The solution was to have different access sequance for both the tax condition types but the Account Key should be same for both the tax condition types.

    And also all the Tax codes should be assigned to the account key.

    P.S. Make sure the the G/L's are also assigned to the tax code.

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