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Tax classification material of destination country in stock transfer

Dear all,

I am really curious to see who knows the answer to this question as I searched in various SAP note all day and could not find the answer.

I am using the plant abroad functionality and doing a stock transfer between plants (from Germany to French). I am doing the billing document using type WIA (Plant abroad).

In the condition record for taxes of the pricing procedure the material tax classification taken is the one which you can find in the material master (view Sales:sales org 1) for the departure country (Germany). This is a problem! The tax classification that should be taken is the one of the destination country (France).

How can I have this done? Is there something in the configuration that I can set to have the material tax classifcitation of the destination country and not of the departure country. Maybe in the condition record or in the pricing procedure or in tax configuration?

THank you


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  • Posted on Feb 28, 2012 at 05:38 PM

    Hi Valeria

    Welcome to SDN Forum

    I am not sure wheather it will work or not.But please check by maintaining the key combination of destination country for the tax condition type. and maintain condition record for that condition type and check wheather it is working or not



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    • Former Member Jyoti Prakash

      Hi JP,

      I know what you are saying below but this is not the point. THe point is that when the Material Tax classification is picked up it is the one that in the material master data is filled in for the departure country and not for the destination country


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    Posted on Mar 01, 2012 at 09:13 AM

    Dear SAP experts, how is possible that nobody was yet able to answer me??

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