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Determine Tax Code for Country/Product Category

In the following configuration: "Determine Tax Code for Country/Product Category" the following two fields are present: "Domestic/International ID" and "Country". Does anyone know how the system determines if the SC or PO is considered "Domestic" or "International". Also how does it determine the "Country" when using this value to assist in the determination of the tax code?

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2012 at 08:03 AM

    HI,

    The system determines the tax code is Domestic/International by validating the Country of Goods Receipient from your Org Structure and the Vendor/Business Partner's Country Code.

    Now if both of them belong to the same Country Code then the system will determine domestic, when it differs it will be international.

    /Manoj

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Manoj,

      I did some testing based on what you said. I changed the organization structure address above the user in the org as well as the business partner address of the user to Great Britian. The vendor address is that of the U.S. The system still determined domestic.

      I did some further testing and it appears that if the "delivery address" selected has a different country than the vendor address it is considered "international". The question then comes up, what if there is no delivery address?

      If there is no delivery address, in that case maybe I did something wrong in my testing and in that case the user's BP address or org address is considered compared against the vendor address???

      Regards,

      -Paul

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