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excise rate? without maintaining J1ID details.

hi all,

Without maintaining j1id,how we can pick the material excise rate?

for eg,for consumables material we do not maintains the material master

pls suggest how to pick excise for these materials.

regards

sumit

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2012 at 10:10 AM

    Hi,

    CIN Master can be maintaioned in t.code: J1ID for material number and vendor number which will flow during carying out business tranctions.

    But without maintaioning J1ID, you also can maintaion CIN Master for material number in Material master in view of Foreign Trade: Export Data in t.code: MM01 or MM02 (where you can have chapter ID with material status details and declare material is raw material or asset or consumable) and CIN Master for vendor number can be maintaion in the vendor master itself in T.code: XK01/XK02) in CIN TAB( where you can have vendor status with vendor Excise details to maintaioned)

    Regards,

    Biju K

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    • Hi,

      CIN master can be maintaioned for material and vendor in material master and vendor master itself respectively as explianed. But Excise rate will flow from condition record which is alreaday maintaioned (FV13) with tax code and tax condition types respectively which you can view in purchase order by entering tax code in it.

      Regards,

      Biju K

  • Posted on Aug 27, 2012 at 09:42 AM

    Hi Sumit,

    The excise tab in MIGO is controlled by the excise details maintained in J1ID. Maintain 'Material and chapter id combination' in J1ID with blank material. Now, check by posting MIGO you will get excise tab in MIGO with rates from PO tax code.

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