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Serrvice Tax Code not deducting in Invoice created using F-02

Hi,

I have created a new tax code A7 that uses ST1,ST2 and ST3 keys. I have assigned the rates as 12%, 2% and 1% respectively. I have also assigned the tax accounts to the tax code.

Now when I pass the entry for Dr Expense Account - Here I enter the tax code created and check the box of calculate tax, then Cr the Vendor Account.

When I simulate the entry doesn't show the tax items, instead it shows these items in blue color at the bottom. When I click on them, it says"Requested Line Item". It doesn't allow me to enter too.

Please let me know what configuration I have missed.

For Expense GL Account I have choosen "*" in Tax type category and also selected "Posting without tax allowed".

Please advise.

Regards,

Devdatth

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2012 at 07:55 AM

    Simulate the same through FB60 and check

    Provide us your FTXP Screen shot along with F-02.

    Thanks

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2012 at 01:28 PM

    HI,

    Normal procedure which you should check are as follow

    Create condition type and assign to pricing procedure.

    Classify the condition type

    create account key and assign the gl

    create tax code and assign to company code

    then create the condition record for the same.

    Then you do the testing

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