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Pricing Calculation on subtotal value.

Dear All,

With regards to one of my pricing calculation procedure,I have Base Value,Freight, Commission and Labor charge and I have to calculate CST/VAT on that conditions. I know If I'll remove accrual tick mark from these condition types then it will add it up with net price and CST/VAT will calculate accordingly.

But my problem is these condition types are used globally so I can't remove the Accrual tick mark from respective condition types.So is their any standard subtotal or Routing is available so that if I'll against to Subtotal-1(Cumulative Value) then the that value will replace the BASB value (Net Price) of TAXINN Procedure and CST/VAT will calculate accordingly ?

If any other standard process is available to address this issue then kindly share with me.

Waiting for your earliest reply.....

Thanks and Regards

AKS

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 07:21 AM

    HI,

    Refer this post you will get the idea

    tax-on-freight

    or

    FREIGHT AFTER ED AND BEFORE TAX (CST/VAT)

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      Hi,

      Thanks for your earliest reply....I tried that also...but the problem is if I'll put subtotal "6" on the respective Subtotal-1 then it will add with the net price and calculate wrong. So is their any other procedure available so that only the subtotal-1 value will be calculated for CST/VAT ????

      Thanks and Regrads

      AKS

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 06:18 AM

    Hi,

    Pleased to inform you that I solved the above query by putting subtotal as 4 in Subtotal-1 line.So it will add with the BASB value in TAXINN and calculated accordingly.

    Thanks to all for your visit and reply.....

    Regards

    AKS

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