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Tax (VAT) Amount rounding to nearest rupee.

Dear Experts,

When ever we are using and VAT tax code its not rounding the Tax Amount to nearest rupee, when I check the parameters of condition type JIP5 the rounding rule is set to commercial rounding still its not rounding to nearest rupee and as per my understanding its rounding it to nearest 10 paise rather than to nearest rupee.

So please suggest how to make it rounding to nearest rupee.


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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 10:06 AM


    Please try this path

    Financial A/c- Fin Acc global- WHT- Ex WHT- Calculations- WHT type. Define rounding rule for WHT tax type



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      You cant rounding off for VAT amount for sales and purchases. The difference amount (digits) in sales document or purchase document will be rounded off with condition type matain in pricing procedure. There is no config setting for this rounding off for VAT calculation. If it necessary, you can contact your ABAP developer. Actually you no need to rounding off that VAT figure. You can rounding off the invoice amount to near rupee with condition type in pricing procedure.

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