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Tax Code Error in Payroll Posting

Hi all,

When we are doing Pay roll Posting in PCP0 , some of the documents are not posted due to the below error " Tax code V3 in procedure TAXDE is invalid " .

What would be the possible cause for this issue ?

Thanks,

Kris..

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  • Posted on Mar 20, 2012 at 01:43 PM

    Hi,

    Have you config. all mandatory postings steps in backend.

    and also check the employee is belongs to which tax code ?

    Thanks

    PSP

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    Posted on Mar 21, 2012 at 09:02 PM

    Make sure the tax code V3 is properly configured...

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    Posted on Mar 28, 2012 at 09:18 PM

    Hi, this is what you have to do for this error

    go to the posting run that created an Incorrect document and look for the G/L account that has error message icon against it

    now you need to look at the setting of that G/L account and make sure "POSTING WITHOUT TAX ALLOWED" field has been checked for that G/L account and that company code the employee is in.

    This should solve the error.

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    • Hi,

      If any tax code is assigned to the relevant GL, kindly put a check on 'Posting Without Tax Allowed'.

      I faced the same issue. Error appeared in one GL only.

      Please follow the following steps

      T-Code: FS00

      Enter GL Account Number and Company code,

      Go to tab 'Control Data'

      Put a check on 'Posting Without Tax Allowed'.

      Save and rerun posting.

      Hope this solves the problem.

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