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How to solve VAT calculation problem in P.O.?

Hello SAP Experts,

The scenario is Client has created P.O. in their own Legacy system and also created the same P.O. with same value and line items in SAP system which is just implemented. Now problem is VAT calculation is Legacy System P.O. is correct whereas SAP system shows wrong calculation in SAP P.O. I have also checked in FV12 the VAT amount is maintained correctly with condition type "JVRD". Can anybody suggest me the reason of why difference is created in VAT in both the P.O.? Is there anything I have to check in obq3? Please suggest the possible clue as soon as possible. THank you in advance for your time.

Regards,

Biraj Adeshara

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  • Posted on Jun 08, 2012 at 07:08 AM

    not enough info to comment .. refer tax tab and check on wat base value tax percentage is being calculated .. and u need to give example with values for such questions

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2012 at 07:25 AM

    Hi,

    VAT being a non-deductible tax will never be loaded on material and passed in vendor account.

    Ensure, you are giving the same treatment to JVRD as it is for GRWR. Also check if the Statistical Check box is unchecked in pricing procdure.

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