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dealer scenario with excise

hi all,

when we procure material from dealer,during po creation excise duty is not known.

but with the help of MRP indicator in MIGO and jaiex,we can divide the total po value into excise base valu and excise duty amount.

my question is that where is the settings(spro) need to be done so that credit can be taken for excise duty in case of dealer purchase?


sumit choudhary

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 11:02 AM

    No additional settings for Dealers case, the system will flow in the same manner like Normal Scenario once you select MRP Indicator & post the Excise

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  • Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 01:08 PM


    No such additional setting but you will play with MRP indicator.

    Dealer purchase can mapped in two ways one is generic process process where creation of Purchase Order by

    not-knowing all tax details but have tax code with 0% tax rate(if VAT there, have tax code for VAT only).

    But here you will use two tax code, one tax code in PO and another tax code in MIRO,check link in details( as you known already)

    Other one create Purchase Order with a tax code is a must , may be tax code have 0% tax rate!

    You can create Dealer purchase Order by knowing all tax details with entering tax code and do MIGO,J1IEX and MIRO, check link


    Biju K

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