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TDS not calculating in FV60

Hi All,

While processing vendor invoice in FV60.

Tds is not getting calculated when i click on simulate.

kindly give some suggestions.

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 06:03 AM
    1. Check that tax codes are correctly made liable in the vendor master
    2. check whther there is no exemption made in the vendor master.
    3. In case of new codes with formulas, check whether the same is transported correctly.
    4. Check the Field Status in relevant GLs in OBC4

    Is it working correctly in fb60?

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 06:40 AM

    HI adi,

    Service taxes are reflecting in FV60 as which are assigned to Tax code,but TDS in not getting calculated as i maintained it in Vendor master.

    Is there any setting was missed.

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      Service tax is generally tax on sales/purchase and TDS is WHT.

      so there is no direct relationship between them.

      You have to apply the wht tax to vendor master & tick liable in vendor master.

      Check the Field Status for GL also. Have u checked the earlier settings? Is it working in FB60?

  • Posted on Jun 06, 2012 at 10:37 AM

    HI,

    Please chekc and confirm.

    1. w/tax type and tax code is assigned to vendor master

    2. check the field status at Ob14 and OB41 W/tax fields

    3. check the tax type validity

    4. Accumulation funcationlaity is using ?

    Regards

    Madhu M

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