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Tax code for GST not appearing on MRHR

Hi Guys,

I have a PO with 3 non-stock items. All are account assigned top a cost center. The tax code I1 is present on the PO for all 3 items.

When i create an Invoice through MRHR( WE ARE ON 4.0B), referencing this PO, the Vendor account; GR/IR appears, but not the tax code I1.

Tax code I1 has to populate automatically when the invoice is entered, but it is not.

I checked FTXP and OMR2 and the tax code -I1 is maintained as DEFAULT VALUE-UNPLANNED DELIVERY COSTS.

What else will help me identify whats the issue here?

//Regards

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2012 at 06:01 AM

    hi

    check whether you ticked on the calculate tax indicator

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      As per my knowledge once we given the tax code in p.o it will be automatically come to the invoice in item level .

      After that we want to calculate the tax amount through by selecting the taxcode and put the tick mark in calculate tax check box then system will calculate the taxes as per your given taxcode in p.o .

      Thanking you

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2012 at 07:46 AM

    HI,

    please once check your inforecord in maintained otherwise please create the info record.

    Thanking you.

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