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Tcs on sale tax calculation..

Hi Guru's,

I have configured TCS on sale and the accounting entry i am getting is as below

Customer a/c dr 14835/-

To sales a/c cr -14400/-

To CST payble cr -288/-

To TCS pybl-206C-Bsc cr -147.00/- Base amount for which is Sales + CST payble (14400+288)

TCS pybl-206C-Bsc dr 145.47/- Base amount for which is Sales + TCS payble-206c-Bsc (14400+147)

To TCS offset acct cr -145.47/-

I just want to confirm if the system is taking the correct base amount for calculating the TCS value,i.e., both 147 and 145.47.

My client required that both the TCS values must be same i.e Rs 147 but i have tried it by testing it with different configuration for base amount. Please provide your valuable suggestions.

Thanks in advance.

Gopal

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  • Posted on May 25, 2013 at 05:46 PM

    Hi gopal

    check your pricing procedure ones, & go to FB00 deselect the calculate tax on net amount

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  • Posted on May 29, 2013 at 04:15 AM

    Hello Gopal,

    SAP has given the complete TCS configuration which is attached with the SP Note 1168591.

    This will helps you for sure. Please check

    Thanks

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    Posted on May 29, 2013 at 12:18 PM

    Hi,

    i think it seems to scrap sale .

    please check the pricing procedure for CTyp JWTS-TCS from ref.step for percentage Conditions and to reference step for percentage conditon which you maintained for base value caluation.

    please maintaine from ref.step and to reference for Setup condition types.

    thne it should be same 147/- for TCS payable gl & set up GL.

    or elese

    pls make the Manual conditon types for TCS conditions

    I hope it will help you

    with regards

    G Chandrababu

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