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New GL account configuration for new condition type

Hello,

My requirement is FUEL TAX EXCISE should have superate condition type and that should be posted to supprate GL account not to the material account.

So inorder to configure the scenario please let me know what are THE configuration settings need to be done.

EARLY ACTION IN THIS MATTER WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED.

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 12:30 PM

    Copy any of the existing Excise condition & maintain that in your Tax or Pricing Procedure as per requirement, Make a new Account key & assign it to this Key either in OBYC or OB40

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  • Posted on Jun 06, 2012 at 02:02 AM

    Hi,

    Can you briefly explain how your requirement is behave to material on FUEL TAX EXCISE ?

    As you said you want post to separate account, the straight answer is

    if it in MM pricing procedure(M/08),you can assign G/L account in OBYC with accrual key and keep accrual key in MM pricing procedure with a conditiion type(M/06) for FUEL TAX

    Or

    if it in purely a tax components , then have a condition type for for FUEL TAX in TAX procedure(OBYZ) and can assign G/L account in OB40 with account key and keep account key in TAX procedure with a conditiion type for FUEL TAX .

    Regards,

    Biju K


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