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VAT payment and credit utilization procedure

hi experts,

the issue related to VAT payment and credit utilization procedure,since the process begins with procurement for RM were VAT input credit paid by the company to the vendor, then material moves to production and manufactured as Finishedgoods,here the goods value increases the VAT output credit collected from the customer,this is real time scenario happens generally,the same configured using TAX codes for input ouput credit in FTXP ,with required VAT condition type in pricing,once the billing document is generated and released to accounting for incoming payment and postings done,here my requirement how to generate a reports, to find the diffrence the between the input credit and output credit for VAT.

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2012 at 06:18 AM

    Hi,

    FAGLB03 to display the G/L balance might help.

    AKN

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2012 at 06:29 AM

    thanks AKN for your reply,

    this is again going to be manual process by comparing two G/L accs ,i need automatic procedure to calculate vat input credit and vat payable and the differences or remittances..kindly help..

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