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E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective

An Oracle White Paper Oct 2007

E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective
Purpose ............................................................................................................... 3 Overview............................................................................................................. 3 Prior Tax Structure............................................................................................ 4 Key Concepts..................................................................................................... 6 Integration With Purchasing............................................................................ 8 Tax Events ..................................................................................................... 8 Configuration Owner Tax Options............................................................ 8 Party Tax Profile ........................................................................................... 9 Implementation Considerations........................................................... 10 Country Defaults......................................................................................... 11 Tax Defaulting............................................................................................. 12 Displaying Tax Information...................................................................... 14 Modifying Tax Information ...................................................................... 15 Overriding Tax ....................................................................................... 15 Application Tax Options - Tax Hierarchy .............................................. 17 Supplier .................................................................................................... 17 Supplier Site ............................................................................................ 18 Item .......................................................................................................... 18 Tax Rules...................................................................................................... 19 Expert Rule ............................................................................................. 20 Guided Rule ............................................................................................ 21 Fiscal Classification..................................................................................... 22 Party Fiscal Classification...................................................................... 22 Product Fiscal Classification................................................................. 25 Transaction Fiscal Classification .......................................................... 33 Tax in Interface ........................................................................................... 34 Requisition Import................................................................................. 34 PDOI ....................................................................................................... 34 Tax During AutoCreate ............................................................................. 34 Quantity Based Tax .................................................................................... 34 Tax Setup.......................................................................................................... 36 Upgrade considerations .................................................................................. 41 Data Flow ......................................................................................................... 42 Troubleshooting .............................................................................................. 45 Tax Simulator.......................................................................................... 45 Troubleshooting Tips ............................................................................ 45 Tax Log and File Versions.................................................................... 46 Appendix .......................................................................................................... 48 References.................................................................................................... 48 Oracle Internal References ........................................................................ 48 Tax Determination Attributes................................................................... 49

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PURPOSE
Ebusiness Tax provides a repository to store tax information and record tax events. Individual applications (for e.g. Purchasing) avails the tax services provided by Ebusiness Tax to create/update/display tax information for its transactions.

Purpose of creating this document is to review impact of Ebusiness Tax introduced in R12 to Oracle Purchasing. This document will help you in implementing tax solution in Purchasing using R12 Ebusiness Tax solutions. This document will also help you in understanding the integration and troubleshooting your tax setups in Oracle Purchasing.
OVERVIEW

In release 12 EBusiness Tax has been introduced to provide an improved Tax solution to customers. Ebusiness Tax provides a repository to store tax information and record tax events. Individual applications (for e.g. Purchasing) avails the tax services provided by Ebusiness Tax to create/update/display tax information for its transactions. The tax services that can be availed from Ebusiness Tax are listed below.

a. Define Tax Content b. Determine Tax c. Manage Tax d. Record Tax e. Report Tax f. Reconcile Tax

Architecture has been built considering country specific tax requirements and applicability of rules for determining taxes. Based on the tax laws of a specific country, the transaction tax rates may vary by jurisdictions, products or product category, how the product will be used, type of transacting parties, type of transactions, the place of supply etc. Various rules are applicable for determining the appropriate tax on a specific transaction.

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The Tax Setups including rules are based on requirements used by the Tax Rules Engine, which will create/update Tax Lines. These lines are later reported using EBusiness Tax Reporting features. Figure below shows the e-business structure.

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Content Services

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Tax Recovery Services

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Figure 1: E-Business Tax Architecture

PRIOR TAX STRUCTURE
Prior to release 12, tax was defined in Accounts Payables module. Taxes were associated with rates, non-recoverable ratio and recovery rules. Country Specific tax requirements could not be incorporated seamlessly into the application.

Prior to release 12, tax was defined in Accounts Payables module. A tax component on the document total could be associated with the purchasing documents for portion of the tax which was non recoverable. Purchasing would default taxes based on hierarchy defined either in Oracle Payables (Setup > Options > Payables > Tax code defaults) or in Oracle Purchasing (Setup > Organization > Purchasing Options > Tax Default Alternate Region) if "Enforce Tax From Purchase Order" box in Payable Options (Setup > Options > Payables > Tax code defaults) was checked. Taxes were associated with rates, non-recoverable ratio and recovery rules. Taxes were then defined in at least one of the levels (also called the tax source) for e.g. Item, Supplier, Supplier Site, and Location etc. The order of defaulting was decided by the hierarchy defined in the Payables/Purchasing options discussed previously. Tax calculation was called on a Requisition/ Standard Purchase order or a Blanket release based on the hierarchy, recovery rules and rates. Tax calculation is performed using the AP Tax Engine, which was called from the distribution, or

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PO/Requisition. Once the tax is defaulted and saved tax cannot be redefaulted even on changing the tax source in the document. It was possible to override the tax defaulted on Purchasing documents prior to receipt or prior to reservation on funds on the document incase of encumbrance accounting. To override tax we need to have the profile option Tax: Allow Override of Tax Code set to Yes. Profile "Tax: Allow Override of Recovery Rate" allows override of recovery rate if the values of this profile is set to "Yes". Due to complexity of the tax specifications based on country/product, Oracle used to provide certain country/product specific solutions for diverse tax related requirements. (For e.g. Latin Tax Engine in GTE, Brazil AP/PO Tax Engine, India R11i localizations) E-business tax design was completely new for release 12. Most of the features available in 11i have been accommodated in release 12 e-business tax. Following are some of the features that will not be available in release 12 e-business tax as compared the 11i features: 1. Tax Code is removed from the ‘Enter Purchase Order’ form. Instead tax classification field will be available in tax page available through ‘Manage Tax’ link. Users can no longer make a purchase order shipment nontaxable by removing the tax code from the PO shipment. Recovery Rate field at the distributions level will no longer be defaulted based on the Tax Code and will no longer display the default recovery rate of the transaction. Override of recovery rate will be subject to controls setup within e-business tax. User updated Tax Code on the requisition lines will no longer be carried over to the PO document during autocreate. The Tax Classification will always be re-defaulted on the PO document. Summarized tax information on purchase order has been eliminated. Only detailed tax line can be viewed on the purchase order. Tax Code cannot be populated through the purchase order Preferences form. Tax cannot be modified through AutoCreate requisition 'Modify' action, as the tax is re-defaulted on the PO regardless of the tax in the requisition. Detailed tax information based on tax classification will not be available in the requisition. For requisitions, users will only be able to view the tax amounts (total, recoverable and non-recoverable). Tax code has been removed from RFQs and Quotations form. Tax will be defaulted when a quotation is autocreated to a standard purchase order. PO documents cannot be reserved or submitted for approval if tax calculation error has occurred.

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a tax calculation error will result in creation of a document with ‘Incomplete’ status or in updating of an already ‘Approved’ document to ‘Requires Reapproval’ status.g. 11. Standard Rated etc. Tax calculation error in Requisition Import will create imported requisitions with interface authorization status in ‘Approved’ status as ‘Incomplete’. Zero Rated. Additional VAT. For e. Withholding tax will no longer be supported.g. For e. It serves more as a way to direct payment of portion of the taxes already owed. the tax rate can be expressed as a percentage or as a value per unit quantity.: Standard VAT. Withholding Tax does not affect any taxes that organizations owe the tax authority. For e. and Perception VAT in Argentina and State. While importing documents in the interface with Authorization status ‘Approved’ using PDOI. 12.10. Sweden Standard Rate VAT is 25% or US California State Sales/Use Tax Standard Rate is 7. Tax Rate: The rate specified for a tax status in effect for a period of time. Additional VAT. Tax: A classification of a charge imposed by a government through a fiscal or tax authority. KEY CONCEPTS Following are some of the key concepts in eBusiness tax as provided by this product.g. Tax Regime: A Tax Regime contains the set of tax rules that determine the treatment of one or more taxes that have been grouped together for administration or other purposes. County and City/District taxes. VAT Regime in Argentina that sets the rules for Standard VAT. so there is no significance to the organization’s accounts/budgeting. For e.25% E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 6 . if the ‘Initiate Approval’ parameter was set to ‘Yes’. County and City/District sales/use taxes in US Tax Status: Tax Status is the taxable nature of a product or service in the context of a transaction for a tax.g. and Perception VAT and US Sales Tax Regime in US with State. This will be used further in this discussion.

non-professional fees) Intended Use Fiscal Classifications: The purpose for which a product may be used.g. Commercial. Brazil Establishment Type (e. Consumption. Industrialization) User defined Fiscal Classifications: A user defined Transaction Fiscal Classification Type.g.g. Document Fiscal Classifications: A classification used by a tax authority to categorize the documents associated with a transaction for a tax.g. Manufacturing) Product Fiscal Classifications: A classification used by a tax authority to categorize a product for a tax.g. For e. Fiscal Classifications: Transaction Business Category: A business classification used by Oracle to identify and categorize an external transaction into a Tax transaction. A fiscal classification is a way that a tax authority classifies each part of a transaction. Party Fiscal Classifications: A classification used by a tax authority to categorize a party for a tax. electronic goods. Commercialization. ESA78211646 (VAT . professional fees. The Jurisdiction for the US California County Sales Tax for Imperial County is Imperial County. Party Profile for Suppliers and Sites or Party Profile for Customers and Sites. Fiscal Classifications : Provides for the definition of tax fiscal classifications. SE123456789012 (VAT .Sweden) etc.g. For e. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 7 . For e. Brazil Product Nature (e. For e. Industrial. For e. dairy goods. Brazil Intended Use (e. Party Tax Profile: Holds all party tax related information.Tax Jurisdiction: A geographic area where a tax is levied by a specific tax authority.g. For e. Registrations: The registration of a party with a tax authority that confers tax rights and imposes certain obligations.g. Party Profile for Establishments.Spain).g.

Releases) 2. Tax events are classified in purchasing based on the purchasing document types. The requisition line and distribution will have the summary tax amount(total. Tax Events Based on similarity in handling tax information and tax determination tax events are classified based on purchasing document types. In Purchase Orders/Releases.g. Tax configurations can subscribe to the event class and additional options available based on each application using the ‘Configuration Owner Tax Options’. Purchase and Internal Requisition (REQUISITION) Purchase Orders and Agreements (PO_PA) Blanket and Scheduled Release (RELEASE) The above event classes are based on the consideration of whether any tax determination is necessary and the similarity in the handling of the tax information. along with ‘Additional Tax Attributes’ for e. The tax is calculated in e-business tax by calling e-business Tax services and stored in e-business tax repository as mentioned in the 'Overview of EBusiness Tax Architecture in R12' section in this article. Configuration Owner Tax Options The event class is associated with a first party legal entity/operating unit owning tax content. Tax calculation is initiated on creation (saving/importing) of the purchasing document.INTEGRATION WITH PURCHASING There are a few fields on purchasing documents. Tax will be calculated by calling tax services available through ebusiness tax at the following events: 1. tax will be defaulted based on the tax setups in eTax and cannot be overridden. tax is calculated at the PO shipment level and distributed to recoverable and non-recoverable components that determine tax amount at the PO distribution level. These attributes. These 'Tax determination attributes' on purchasing documents are used to calculate the applicable taxes on the transaction. Product Fiscal Classification (Seen on the ‘Additional Tax Information’ Page) and other internal factors determine the calculation of tax. Intended Use. recoverable and nonrecoverable). e-business Tax uses the tax option settings of the configuration owner and application event class instead of the default settings. POs. which determine application of a tax. At transaction time. Document creation and update (Requisitions. In requisitions. Following are the event classes in purchasing. Tax is recalculated if there are any changes that affect the tax calculation. Therefore it is necessary that the available options (for update) through configuration owner tax options and defaulting rule should both be set with the same value for the option to E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 8 . Receipt transactions (Charges) Tax recalculation will be supported on a PO shipment line has been received/accrued or matched to invoice provided retroactive pricing is enabled.

take effect. For migrated tax. 2. It is important for the party definitions to exist in party tax profile so that it can be used in the tax transactions with e-business tax. configuration owner tax options must be setup to use STCC as the regime determination set. Allow Tax Applicability Offset Tax Basis Figure 2: Configuration Tax Owner Option Other options are not updatable for purchasing application and will not available. For purchasing application only the following option is available for updating. 1. Party Tax Profile This is a centralized repository that holds information related to parties involved in tax transaction. This will be the standard behavior in release 12. This entity has rights to enter into transactions with other parties. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 9 . A parties involved in e-business tax is classified into four types: 1. First Party Legal Entity: An entity identified though registration with a legal authority within a jurisdiction. By default the ‘Regime Determination Set’ is ‘Determine Applicable Regimes’ which uses the location based taxes. One of the responsibilities of this entity is to pay and report tax liabilities to the legal authority. using ‘Direct Tax Rate Determination’ with tax classification codes. own property and incur debt.

Receivables and other applications that had data stripped by operating unit.2. 6. In releases prior to R12. an establishment is automatically linked to it. and/or audits one or more taxes. Now follow the instructions under chapter ‘Managing Tax Profiles and Registrations’ in Oracle E-Business Tax User Guide to create a new tax profile for both the legal entity and its main legal establishment. You may choose to use the tax content 2. A tax authority promulgates a set of tax rules and regulations. Implementation Considerations 1. Upon upgrade the tax is migrated to ebusiness tax as operating unit owning tax content. A collecting tax authority manages the administration of tax remittances. Click on the icon under the label titled ‘Create Tax Profile’. Operating Unit Owning Tax Content: This option allows you to enter and maintain tax content for an operating unit. Tax calculation can differ based on the location of the site. supplier for purchasing business transactions.g. query the legal entity and choose the party type as first party legal entity or first party legal establishment for legal entity and legal establish respectively. division. Third party can operate from multiple sites. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 10 . Third Party Site: For e. In case they have not been associated a tax calculation error will result while saving the transaction. A legal entity is made up of at least one legal establishment. inventory organization or physical location) are building blocks of a legal entity. When a legal entity is created. It is necessary to associate a first party legal entity and its main legal establishment in party tax profiles. If you had been using tax configurations defined under the ‘Operating Unit Owning Tax Content’. This is called the main establishment of the legal entity. 3. The tax authority party tax profile identifies a tax authority party as a collecting authority and/or a reporting authority. for taxes under a given tax regime. E-business tax rules identify tax registration status of legal establishments involved in a transaction and through Party Tax Profile. then tax content defined under the ‘First Party Legal Entity’ will not be applicable.g. First Party Legal Establishment: Legal establishments (also called branch. 4. administers. You may need to create additional establishments based on registrations required within local level jurisdiction. supplier site for purchasing business transactions. the tax content was owned by Payables. Tax Authority: A government entity that regulates tax law. Third Party: External parties involved in a transaction are third party to tax configuration owners for e. 5. Local level jurisdictions can have separate tax requirements for the establishments registered under it. A reporting tax authority receives and processes all company transaction tax reports. To create a new first party legal entity / legal establishment.

Check the ‘Use Subscription of the Legal Entity’ box and save the party tax profile.3. You can also setup the default ‘Tax Authority’ for the country. all tax content subscribed to ‘Operating Unit Owning Tax Content’ will no longer be applicable. Click on the icon under the label titled ‘Update Tax Profile’. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 11 . After setting this checkbox. Before using the third party tax profiles. In order to use tax regimes subscribed under ‘Operating Unit Owning Tax Content’. add the ‘First Party Legal Entity’ to the regimes party subscription. For more details about this option. Warning: Checking the ‘Use Subscription of the Legal Entity’ box for the ‘Operating Unit Owning Tax Content’ is an irreversible setting. You can default tax regime and tax for tax registrations belonging to the legal establishment in the applicable country by choosing the option against the tax regime or tax you entered as the default tax. please refer to the Oracle E-Business Tax User Guide. navigate to party tax profile page and choose the party type as ‘Operating Unit Owning Tax Content’ and query the operating unit concerned. it is necessary to set up the party / party site. you cannot update the operating unit tax profile or maintain separate tax content for this operating unit. You can create / update the third party information from the e-business tax page. Please follow the instructions under chapter ‘Managing Tax Profiles and Registrations’ in Oracle E-Business Tax User Guide to create a third party tax profile. of its associated legal entity. Once you associate the operating unit with its legal entity. Country Defaults Country default controls let you default the transaction tax-related values in the countries that you do business. To start using tax defined for the legal entity.

Your transactions have been saved. The 'Tax determination attributes'. a message will be displayed to the user. Regardless of the availability of tax definitions in e-business tax. If calculation results in applicable tax lines. When saving the purchase document.Figure 3: Country Defaults Tax Defaulting Purchase documents call the eTax services for tax calculation every time the purchase order is saved regardless of the taxability of the document line/schedule/distribution. Therefore ebusiness tax determines the tax applicability and purchasing only controls calls to the eBTax services. Please correct the problem or contact your System Administrator. An error occurred during Tax Calculation. The purchase documents makes a call to eTax services for tax calculation even if there are no tax definitions available in tax repository. then these tax lines are defaulted on the purchase document. Tax calculation is based on the values of the 'Tax determination attributes' along with the ‘Additional Tax Attributes’ on purchasing documents. Following is the error message that appears. The eTax API is called to avail the eBTax services to calculate the tax applicability. if there are tax calculation errors in ebusiness tax. Tax will be recalculated when the document is submitted for Approval. the tax lines will not be defaulted. Once the purchase document is saved the Manage Tax menu is enabled. and ‘Additional Tax Attribute’ available on both purchase order and requisitions are available in the ‘Appendix’ section below. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 12 . Purchase documents call the eTax services for tax calculation on saving the purchase documents (Requisition/PO/Releases). Subsequently.

The ‘Manage Tax’ link is enabled. The following error message will be display on clicking the 'Approve' button. Save the purchase document (PO/Release/Requisition) Tax information will be displayed only after the purchase document is saved.The tax will be recalculated on submission for approval. For troubleshooting the tax setups. Please correct the problem or contact your System Administrator.An unexpected error has occurred. Enter the purchase document details. Setup Ebusiness tax. Steps: 1. please refer the troubleshooting section of this article. Figure 4: Manage Tax link on purchase order entry form E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 13 . If the tax calculation is still erroring the document cannot be submitted for approval. which navigates to a web page where the tax details can be viewed. Please contact your system administrator. Error Messages: Unexpected error occurred during Tax Calculation Exception: xxx . 2.(PO/Release/Requisition) 3.

We can no longer make a shipment as non-taxable by setting the tax classification to NULL in ebusiness tax. 1. This page has the following two tabs for PO/Releases. Lines 2. if the tax is applied on the purchase order then the details of the tax on schedule / distributions are available through the ‘Manage Tax’ link. The Tax page will have the following tabs for requisition. In other places. This is the only place where we can find the ‘Taxable Flag’ unlike the previous versions where they could be viewed from the distributions and purchase order entry form. The 'Manage Tax' link on the toolbar of the purchase document will be enabled on saving the purchase document and the users can navigate to the "Tax" page where defaulted tax information can be viewed.Displaying Tax Information Tax information will be displayed only after the purchase document is saved. This is no longer available in the ‘Enter Purchase Order’ screen as seen in releases prior to R12. Tax code details and recovery rate cannot be viewed from the Purchase Order Summary/Requisition Summary form. Manage Tax is available as a drop down in the ‘Professional Buyer’s Workcenter’. Also the taxability of a shipment (schedule) can be seen from the purchase order summary (Shipment window > Taxable flag can be added to the ‘Folder View’). There will be no tax lines seen on expanding the 'Details' in the 'Schedules Tab' of this 'Tax' page. In purchase order summary form ‘Taxable Flag’ will be displayed. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 14 . Schedules 2. Distributions The above tabs will display the tax line details for each shipment in the Schedules tab and non-recoverable and recoverable tax distributions for each distribution in the distributions tab. Distributions If there are no taxes applicable for the purchase document the Manage Tax menu will still be enabled. Overriding the defaulted tax with a zero-rated tax classification is intended to minimize regression due to non-availability of this functionality. 1.

Override behaviour will be governed e-business tax as described in Note 458218. Click on Actions > Manage Tax from the toolbar from Enter Purchase Order (POXPOEPO)/Enter Releases (POXPOERL) forms and Tools > Manage Tax for Requisition Entry (POXRQERQ) form.1. Tax line can be manually added to the purchase orders/releases even if they have not been defaulted.Figure 5: Purchase Order Tax Page Steps: 1. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 15 . the additional tax information page will be greyed out and the tax cannot be overridden in such a case. Query the purchase document or save the purchase document (Enter Purchase Order (POXPOEPO)/Enter Releases (POXPOERL)) 2. If there is a tax calculation error while saving the purchase documents. There is a ‘Additional Tax Information’ button available from the ‘Manage Tax’ page. This link is available after saving the purchase document. Modifying Tax Information Overriding Tax Defaulted Tax information can be overridden in purchase orders and releases.

This page will have the new tax calculation based on the new tax classification rate. The tax page will appear with details of tax lines. Choose the new tax from the LOV. Query the purchase document (Purchase Order Summary/Requisition Summary form) or save the purchase document (Enter Purchase Order (POXPOEPO)/Enter Releases (POXPOERL)) 2. Click on the 'Additional Tax Information' button.Figure 6: Additional Tax Information Page Steps: 1. 4. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 16 . This field will have the existing tax classification for each tax line. Locate the tax classification field. 3. Click on Apply and this will navigate you back to the manage tax page. 5. Click on Actions > Manage Tax (Tools > Manage Tax for Requisition) from the toolbar from Purchase Order Summary/Requisition Summary/Enter Purchase Order (POXPOEPO)/Enter Releases (POXPOERL) forms.

The tax hierarchy is now available in ebusiness tax through ‘Application Tax Options’ available by each operating unit for Purchasing application.Tax Hierarchy The tax hierarchy is now available in ebusiness tax through ‘Application Tax Options’ available by each operating unit for Purchasing application. The tax will be defaulted based on the defaulting order and the source option specified. For purchasing application we can choose up to the following 5 sources to default the tax.Application Tax Options . 2. which would determine the source and the order of defaulting on purchase orders. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 17 . it would not possible to re-enable this option again for that operating unit. 3. If you are using complex tax rules you may choose to disable the application tax options. 1. Once the application tax option has been disabled. Supplier Supplier Site Item Ship-To Location Payables Financial Option Figure 7: Application Tax Options Supplier You can attach tax to the supplier using the following steps. This is a one-time option. 5. Prior to ebusiness tax. This is similar to defining the tax hierarchy in ‘Purchasing Options’ prior to release 12. Application Tax Options is available only for backward compatibility of the former Tax Defaulting Hierarchy. 4. This is similar to defining the tax hierarchy in ‘Purchasing Options’ prior to release 12. a tax hierarchy would be defined either in payable options or in purchasing options. Application Tax Options is available only for backward compatibility of the former Tax Defaulting Hierarchy.

In the tax page navigate to Parties > Party Tax Profiles. 4. 2. In the tax page navigate to Parties > Party Tax Profiles. Check ‘Set for Self Assessment / Reverse Charge’ if this is a self-assessed tax*. Navigate to Items > Master Items Query the item for which you want to define the tax. * A self-assessed tax is a tax calculated and remitted for a transaction. Choose ‘Yes’ from drop down for the ‘Taxable’ field. 1. 2. Choose the site for which you want to define the tax and click on update icon (Pencil icon). 3. Choose ‘Party Type’ as “Third Party Site” and query the Supplier (using the ‘Party Name’ field) for whom you like to define the tax. Check ‘Set for Self Assessment / Reverse Charge’ if this is a self-assessed tax*. Navigate to the ‘Purchasing’ tab. Item You can attach tax to the item using the following steps. 1. 6. 3. 5. 2. 5. 4. 4. * A self-assessed tax is a tax calculated and remitted for a transaction. Navigate to Tax Registrations tab and click on ‘Create’ button and add the tax regimes/taxes applicable to the supplier site. 6. Choose ‘Party Type’ as “Third Party” and query the Supplier in the ‘Party Name’ for whom you like to define the tax. where tax was not levied but it is deemed as due. 5. Navigate to Inventory/Purchasing Responsibility. where tax was not levied but it is deemed as due. Click on update icon (Pencil icon). In the Main Tab check on ‘Allow Tax Applicability’. 6. 3. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 18 . Navigate to Tax Registrations tab and click on ‘Create’ button and add the tax regimes/taxes applicable to the supplier.1. Supplier Site You can attach tax to the supplier site using the following steps. In the Main Tab check on ‘Allow Tax Applicability’. Now choose the tax from ‘Input Tax Classification Code’ field LOV*.

Determine Taxable Basis . Following are mandatory tax rule types required before enabling the tax for transactions. E-business tax provides flexibility to define all kinds of taxation rules that you normally encounter in your business scenario. for a given tax. exemptions and discounts. after the tax rules which would affect it have been taken into consideration for a specific tax.* The tax will only be available in ‘Input Tax Classification Code’ field LOV if the tax has been associated with a ‘Tax Type’ in the tax configuration for this tax prior to enabling the tax. on which tax is calculated. The User-friendly interface makes it easier for the implementation team to configure rules based on their requirements. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 19 . or by defining tax rules that will determine the value for these mandatory tax rule types. quantity or action. Determine Place of Supply . Tax engine requires some of the mandatory tax rule types to be defined either by definining defaults available for these rule types. the result will be an ordered list of applicable taxes.The arrived at value.The registration of a party with a tax authority to ensure tax rights. Calculate Tax Amounts .The process and the data that identifies all the taxes that need to be determined/levied for a given transaction. the default for the tax rule will be used. This is available though the subscription owner profile in ebusiness tax.The calculation of tax amount and formula to be used for calculating this amount. the tax engine will first use the rule. Rules can be defined even after the tax is live. modifications. In case the rule does not evaluate a value. responsibilities and rights are upheld.The specific jurisdiction where the supply of goods or services is deemed to have taken place for tax purposes. Determine Tax Registration . it is the result of the place of supply derivation. These rules may include deductions. Tax for the Payables Financial Option can be applied through the ‘Application Tax Options’ where tax to be applied can be selected for this option. Tax Rules Tax rules provide flexibility to use the tax as required by the business / tax authority. If both are defined. The place of supply rule determines the tax on the ship-to location based on the tax jurisdiction for the tax. Determine Tax Applicability .

g. define applicability of tax only for ship to location as New York City 1. 8. 7. Tax Determining Factor Set: <Enter a code for your Tax Determining Factor Set> b. Determining Factor Class: <In our case it is 'Geography'> b. You can alternatively use the ‘Guided Rule Entry’ option to define tax rules.Figure 8: Tax Rules There are 2 methods available to define a rule. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 20 . 2. Regime Code: <Regime code where the rule will be applicable> Scroll down to the 'Associate Tax Determining Factors' region. Class Qualifier: <In our case it is 'Ship To'> 5. 1. 6. 2. Expert Rule Guided Rule Expert Rule The below steps will guide you through a step-by-step process to create a tax rule using the expert rule. Name: <Enter a name for your Tax Determining Factor Set> Set Usage: Tax Rules Optionally Enter: a. Go to responsibility 'Tax Managers' Navigate to Advanced Setup Options > Tax Determining Factor Sets Click on 'Create' button Enter the following values a. 4. Enter the following values a. 3. For e.

Rule Code: <Enter a Rule Code> b. 10. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 21 . 19. For e. Provide a name for the tax rule code and the effectivity. You can choose to apply this rule for all transactions or only for specific transactions.9. Effective From: <Enter the effective date for this rule> d. 18. 23. Name: <Enter a Rule Code> c. Operator: Not Equal To b. 11. Query the tax in the Tax Configuration > Tax Rules page Click on Guided Rule Entry icon against the ‘Determine Tax Applicability’ rule. Condition Set Code: <Select the 'Tax Condition Set' defined in step 12 above from the LOV> b. define applicability of tax only for ship to location as New York City 1. 16. 24. 22. 2. 20. 15. 14. You can alternatively use the ‘Expert Rule Entry’ option to define tax rules. This step guides you through a step-by-step process to create a tax rule. Tax Condition Set: <Enter a code for 'Tax Condition Set'> b. 12. 3. Result: <for our case the value is 'Not Applicable'> Click on Next to complete Step 2 of 3 Enter the value of Rule Order and check the 'Enable' checkbox Click on 'Finish' to create the rule. Determining Factor Set Code: <Choose the 'Determining Factor Set Code' defined in step 4 above from the LOV> Click on Next to complete Step 1 of 3 Enter the following details: a. 'Class Qualifier' and 'Determining Factor Name' defaulted and greyed out Enter the following values: a. Determining Factor Name: <In our case it will be 'City'> Click on 'Apply' to save the 'Tax Determining Factor Set' Navigate to Advanced Setup Options > Tax Condition Sets Click on 'Create' button Enter the following a. Value/From Range: NEW YORK Click on 'Finish' button. 4. 21. Enter the following values: a. Determining Factor Set: <Enter the value from the LOV for the 'Tax Determining Factor Set' defined in step 4 above> Click on 'Continue' button We will see the 'Determining Factor Class'. c. 17. 13. Query the tax in the Tax Configuration > Tax Rules page Click on Expert Rule Entry icon against the ‘Determine Tax Applicability’ rule.g. Guided Rule You can also use the Guided Rule entry to define the rules for each tax.

In our case choose not equal to. So the rule becomes: If Ship To not equal to New York the tax is ‘Not Applicable’. Click on Enable and the click on ‘Next’ button. As already defined ‘Key Concepts’ section. Fiscal Classification Fiscal Classification allows you a way to classify each part of your transaction and define tax rules based on these classifications. Go to responsibility ‘Trading Community Manager’ b. Choose the result for the rule and its operation. In our case it will be New York. Click on Next and choose Enable to apply this rule. We can model three types of fiscal classification in e-business tax. Navigate to Trading Community > Administration > Classifications c. So choose the option ‘Not Applicable’. 9.Product Fiscal Classification Nature of the transaction . d.5. product and nature of transaction. 8. 7. Parties involved in the transaction . In the ‘Transactions’ tab enter the details for the location. Enter the condition set code and the order of preference for this rule.Party Fiscal Classification Products involved in the transaction . Click on ‘Create Class Category’ button. 6. 2. equal to/not equal to. Define Party Classification in TCA a. 11. E-business tax allows you classifications based on party. Fiscal Classification is a way that tax authority classifies each part of a transaction. 3. Enter the following details E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 22 . Also choose the operations. Click on ‘Next’ button. The result for this rule is that tax will not be applicable in such a case. It is not necessary to define fiscal classification to setup taxes in e-business tax.Transaction Fiscal Classification Party Fiscal Classification The classification is used to categorize parties. In our case the rule combined with operation was: If Ship To not equal to New York. Steps: The below is an example of defining a rule for party fiscal classification for the above mentioned example: 1. 10. 1. It only allows you to classify each part of a transaction so that you may create rules based on them for specific tax requirements. For example a tax authority could claim a reduced tax rate for transaction in which the goods are purchased from a supplier establishment that have been classified as ‘Research and Development’ organization by the tax authority in order to promote research activities. For e.g.

For this example the following needs to be entered to define a party classification of type ‘Research and Development’: i. Meaning: Research and Development iii. d. Fiscal Classification Type Code: <Define a code for your party fiscal classification code> f. Meaning: <Enter the name for meaning of your party classification> iii. Name: <Define a name for your party fiscal classification code> g. Description: <Enter the description for your party classification> e. Regime Code ii. Enter the value for Class Code. Effective From i. Click on ‘OK’. Go to responsibility ‘Tax Managers’ b. Click on ‘Apply and Create Class Codes’ f. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 23 .i. 2. Click on ‘Create’ button. Class Category Name: <Enter a name for you party classifications> ii. Click on ‘Apply’ button. In the Tax regimes define all regimes to which this party fiscal classification will be applicable. Class Code: Research and Development ii. Create Fiscal Classification for the party in e-business tax a. Effective From: <Enter the effective date> h. h. Party Classification: <Choose the ‘Party Classification’ defined in TCA during step 1 above> e. (This step also returns the concurrent request id submitted for definition to take effect). Click on ‘Apply’ to save the party fiscal classification. Enter the following details for each regime: i. i. Description: Research and Development g. Meaning and Description (Description is optional) by which you would like to define your supplier establishment. Navigate to Parties > Party Classification c. Click on Compile and this would submit concurrent program to define your party classification in TCA.

In our case choose Party Type as ‘Third Party’ and Party as the supplier that needs to be defined as a ‘Research and Development’ type organization. Attach the Party Fiscal Classification to the party in PTP (Party Tax Profile) a. Select the party type and party from the LOV and click on ‘Go’. Navigate to the ‘Classifications’ tab. Navigate to Parties > Party Tax Profiles c. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 24 . d. Go to responsibility ‘Tax Managers’ b.Figure 9: Party Fiscal Classification Figure 10: Party Fiscal Classification (Supplier Type) 3. Click on Update pencil icon. e.

Choose the ‘Fiscal Classification Code’ for the supplier based on the available codes defined in TCA. There are three types of product classification available in e-business tax. 5. (Follow steps 3. Click on ‘Apply’ to save the party tax profile.f. Operator: Equal To ii. a. For example. Steps: E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 25 . i. Please use the following specification to create the rule. g. 3. This can only be used if Oracle Inventory is in installed status. Tax Rate: < Defined in step 4> Therefore the rule becomes: When Ship From Party has a Party Fiscal Classification Value of ‘Research and Development’ then apply the tax rate defined in step 4 above. In our example the supplier ‘Fiscal Classification Code’ is ‘Research and Development’. Determining Factor Class: Party Fiscal Classification ii. Click on button ‘Add Another Row’. Tax Status: <Defined in step 4> d. Tax Determining Factor Set i. will be sold at a lower rate. Value/From Range: <In our case 'Research and Development'> c. all domestically purchased items that are used as office supplies. 2. h. 4. Determining Factor Name: <'Fiscal Classification Type Code' defined in step 3 above> b. Product Fiscal Classification The classification is used to categorize a product. 1. Choose the ‘Fiscal Classification Type Code’ defined step 2 above from the LOV. Class Qualifier: Ship From Party iii. Inventory Based Non-Inventory Based Intended Use Classification Inventory Based This is used to classify categories defined in Oracle Inventory. Create a new tax status and tax rate. Tax Condition Sets i. 5 and optionally 6 in-case recovery is required in the section ‘TAX SETUP’ below) Create an Expert / Guided Rule as shown in the ‘Tax Rules’ section above.

In the Tax regimes define all regimes to which this product fiscal classification will be applicable. d. Navigate to Products > Product Classifications c. b. In our example we need to choose Purchasing (Purchasing Category Set) against which we have defined a category ‘Office Supplies’. 3.1.g. Click on ‘Create’ button to create a new ‘Product Fiscal Classification’. Effective From: <Enter the effective date> h. e. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 26 . Enter the following details for each regime: i. (Please refer to the page 4-68 of Oracle Inventory User's Guide for steps to update an inventory category to a category set) Assign items to the category defined in step 1.e. Go to ‘Tax Managers’ responsibility. Effective From i. (Please refer to the page 4-74 of Oracle Inventory User's Guide for Assigning Items to Categories and page 4-74 of Oracle Inventory User's Guide for defining an item) Define a ‘Product Fiscal Classification’ for the above category in ebusiness tax. in our case we will define a category called ‘Office Supplies’. 4. For e. Name: <Define a name for your product fiscal classification code> g. For e. In our example associate the category defined in step 1 above to the Purchase Category Set (This is a seeded category set available by default i. a. in our case we will create an item ‘File 6x6’ which is a purchased item with the category ‘Office Supplies’. 2. In Oracle Inventory define a category. Regime Code ii.g. Fiscal Classification Type Code: <Define a code for your product fiscal classification > f. Click on ‘Apply’ to save the product fiscal classification. we will associate the category ‘Office Supplies’ in the Purchasing Category Set. (Please refer to the page 4-66 of Oracle Inventory User's Guide for steps to create an inventory category) Create a new category set and associate the category set with the category created in step 1 above. Inventory Category Set: <Choose the category set defined in step 2 above>.

7. 6. Tax Condition Sets i. 5 and optionally 6 incase recovery is required in the section ‘TAX SETUP’ below) Create an Expert / Guided Rule as shown in the ‘Tax Rules’ section above. Please use the following specification to create the rule. Operator: Equal To ii. (Follow steps 3. e. The rate should be one created in step 5 above. Value/From Range: <In our case 'Office Supplies'> (Please note the value of the category segments are concatenated without delimiters therefore query this LOV with value of one of the segments and use the category description to choose the correct segment) g. Tax Status: <Defined in step 5> h. Tax Determining Factor Set i. Determining Factor Class: Product – Inventory Linked ii. Tax Rate: < Defined in step 5> Create a purchase order with category ‘Office Supplies’. Create a new tax status and tax rate.Figure 11: Product Fiscal Classification (Inventory Based) 5. Determining Factor Name: <'Fiscal Classification Type Code' defined in step 4 above > f. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 27 .

The advantage of such a classification is that. Steps: 1. Product Classification Source: From the drop down ensure to choose Oracle E-Business Tax. For example in our case we will create a sub-category called ‘STATIONARIES’. Effective From: <Enter an effective date> i. Navigate to Products > Product Classifications c. Name: <Enter a name for the fiscal classification which will be used as the category>. Fiscal Classification Code: <Enter a code for the fiscal classification which will be used as the category>. will be sold at a lower rate. In our example we will define it as ‘OFFICE_SUPPLIES’ ii. to update the information in this category. Non-Inventory Based This is used to classify categories that are not defined in Oracle Inventory. Click on ‘Create’ button to create a new category. e. Go to ‘Tax Managers’ responsibility. Enter the following details i. You will now be able to view the ‘OFFICE_SUPPLIES’ under ‘PRODUCT_CATEGORY’. Click the Next 5 arrow to check the entire list under ‘PRODUCT_CATEGORY’). You may create sub categories by clicking on the ‘+’ icon under ‘Create Sub – Level’ heading. h. it can also be used if Oracle Inventory is not in installed status. Click on ‘Apply’ j. (If you are not able to view it. g. Define a ‘Product Fiscal Classification’ for the non-inventory category in e-business tax. This would retrieve the seeded fiscal classification type code: PRODUCT_CATEGORY. f. d. Click on the pencil icon below the ‘Update’ field of PRODUCT_CATEGORY fiscal classification code. We will continue to use the above example we without using Oracle inventory example. all purchased items that are used as stationary materials for your office supplies. In our example we will define it as ‘Office Supplies’ iii.Therefore the following rule will be applied: If the category used in purchase order is ‘Office Supplies’ then apply the rate used in step 5 above. Click on ‘Go’ button. b. l. Enter the following details E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 28 . a. k.

Operator: Equal To E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 29 . Tax Condition Sets i. (Follow steps 3. a. Fiscal Classification Code: <Enter a code for the fiscal classification which will be used as the sub-category>. Figure 12: Product Fiscal Classification (Non-Inventory Based) 2. 5 and optionally 6 incase recovery is required in the section ‘TAX SETUP’ below) Create an Expert / Guided Rule as shown in the ‘Tax Rules’ section above. Create a new tax status and tax rate. Determining Factor Name: ‘Product Category’ b. Please use the following specification to create the rule. In our example we will define it as ‘STATIONARIES’ ii. Tax Determining Factor Set i. In our example we will define it as ‘Stationeries’ iii. (If you are not able to view it. Determining Factor Class: Product – Non-Inventory Linked ii. You will now be able to view the ‘STATIONARIES’ under ‘OFFICE_SUPPLIES’ category of ‘PRODUCT_CATEGORY’. Click the Next 5 arrow to check the entire list under ‘PRODUCT_CATEGORY’). Click on ‘Apply’ n.i. Name: <Enter a name for the fiscal classification which will be used as the sub-category>. Click on ‘Apply’ to save the fiscal classification. o. Effective From: <Enter an effective date> m. 3.

the Intended use must be explicitly specified from the ‘Intended Use’ field seen from the ‘Additional Tax Information’ page after navigating to the tax page though the ‘Manage Tax’ link. 1. Steps: 1. While for noninventory based intended use. 7. There are two types of intended use.g. Intended Use This is used to classify transactions based on purpose for which a product maybe used. Also for non-inventory based intended use.4. Inventory Based Non-Inventory Based For upgraded instances intended use is always inventory based. Therefore the following rule will be applied: If the ‘Product Classification’ field entered in additional tax information page from the ‘Manage Tax’ link on the purchase order is ‘Office Supplies/Stationeries ’ then apply the rate used in step 2 above. In this whitepaper we will discuss example of inventory based ‘Intended Use’. Scroll to the ‘Product Classification’ field and choose the product classification ‘Office Supplies/Stationeries’ from the LOV. Click on the Actions > Manage Tax link from menu. in our case we will define a category called ‘Industrial Use’ and ‘Retail Sales’. For non-upgrade customers this choice can be made only once. Tax Status: <Defined in step 5> d. Value/From Range: <In our case 'Office Supplies/Stationeries'> c. the recovery rate will be higher than when it is used for direct ‘Retail Sale’. 5. (Please refer to the page 4-66 of Oracle Inventory User's Guide for steps to create an inventory category) E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 30 . In Oracle Inventory define categories for intended use. 8. Click on Apply and the new tax rate will be used based on the rule created above. The difference is that for inventory based defaulting automatically occurs when we choose the inventory-based items. Click on ‘Additional Tax Information’ button. 6. the codes for ‘Intended Use’ must be created in e-business tax. ii. Example of Intended Use can be recovery tax on alcohol is based on its use. If it is used for ‘Industrial Manufacturing’. Tax Rate: < Defined in step 5> Create a purchase order and save. 2. For e.

g. Assign items to the categories defined in step 1.e. Create a new category set and associate the category set with the category created in step 1 above or use the default INTENDED_USE category set. For e. (Please refer to the page 4-74 of Oracle Inventory User's Guide for Assigning Items to Categories and page 4-74 of Oracle Inventory User's Guide for defining an item) E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 31 .2. In our example associate the categories defined in step 1 above to the INTENDED_USE Category Set (This is a seeded category set available by default i. (Please refer to the page 468 of Oracle Inventory User's Guide for steps to update an inventory category to a category set) Figure 13: Intended Use (Inventory Category) 3. we will associate the category ‘Industrial Use’ and ‘Retail Sales’ in the INTENDED_USE Category Set. in our case we will create an item ‘Industrial Alcohol’ which is a purchased item with the category ‘Industrial Use’.

Operator: Equal To E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 32 . Tax Condition Sets i. 5.Figure 14: Intended Use (Item Assignment) 4. (Follow step 6 in the section ‘TAX SETUP’ below) Create an Expert / Guided Rule as shown in the ‘Tax Rules’ section above. Create a new recovery rate for your tax. Determining Factor Name: Intended Use b. Please use the following specification to create the rule. a. Determining Factor Class: Transaction Input Factor ii. Tax Determining Factor Set i.

ii. Tax Recovery Rate: < Defined in step 4> Create a purchase order with category ‘Office Supplies’. Transaction Fiscal Classification The classification is used to categorize transactions according to the requirements of a tax authority.g.6.g. Seeded Transaction Business Categories • Expense Report • Purchase pre-payment transaction • Purchase transaction • Sales transaction • Sales transaction adjustment • Intercompany transaction New categories can be created under the seeded categories. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 33 . Three Types of Transaction Fiscal Classification’ can be defined in e-business. a sample sale may invite a lower tax. Document Fiscal Classification: To classify based on the documents required / the type of documents used for the transaction. Export Sales User Defined Fiscal Classification: Used for defining transaction based on any other classifications from transaction other then the above mentioned. For e. So users can define a user defined fiscal classification of type ‘Sample Sales’ and create rules to define tax rates for such a transaction. The recovery rate should be defaulted from the one created in step 4 above. Value/From Range: <In our case ‘Industrial Use’> (Please note the value of the category segments are concatenated without delimiters therefore query this LOV with value of one of the segments and use the category description to choose the correct segment) c. For e. This is used when the nature of the transaction itself determines the tax and the tax rate that applies. Therefore the following rule will be applied: If the ‘Intended Use’ of the item in purchase order is ‘Industrial Use’ then apply the recovery rate used in step 4 above. Transaction Business Category: To classify transactions based on the nature of business. The ‘Transaction Fiscal Classification’ must be entered manually from the ‘Additional Tax Information’ page (Purchase Orders > Manage Tax > Click on ‘Additional Tax Information’ button).

Tax Rate: In tax rate define the following (Step 5 in ‘TAX SETUP’ section): a) Rate Type: Quantity b) UOM: <Unit of Measure for the purchase> c) Quantity Rate: <Rate of tax per quantity> E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 34 . Tax classification can be provided for overriding the tax line information. If the PO lines interface (PO_LINES_INTERFACE) does not specify any tax details. Tax information provided through the interface will be considered as an override and not defaulting information. If tax details are not specified in the interface. Please follow the below mentioned changes in the 1. During AutoCreate the tax will be redefaulted on the purchase order based on the tax determining attributes of the purchase order. Tax overridden on the requisition will no longer be passed to the purchase order. Requisition Import If the requisition lines interface (PO_REQUISITIONS_INTERFACE_ALL) does not specify any tax details. taxable flag on the PO document transaction table. Tax will not be part of shipment grouping criteria so it is possible to have requisition lines with different tax values being grouped into a single PO shipment. In order to define tax based on quantity we can follow the steps mentioned in the ‘TAX SETUP’ section below. Tax During AutoCreate During AutoCreate the tax will be redefaulted on the purchase order based on the tax determining attributes of the purchase order. then ebusiness tax will determine the appropriate tax classification and recovery rate. A new field TAX_NAME is introduced in release 12. If TAX_CODE_ID field based on the old AP tax codes is specified. as was the functionality prior to release 12. then the tax classification will be derived and passed on to ebusiness tax. unlike the functionality prior to release 12. However. TAX_CODE_ID field is supported on the data import for backward compatibility.Tax in Interface . Quantity Based Tax One of the features of e-business tax for purchasing is the capability to define tax on the basis of quantity instead of the Line amount. Tax will be recalculated on the PO document created through autocreate. then ebusiness tax will determine the appropriate tax classification and recovery rate. which will be derived based on the existence of tax lines on the shipment and will not be affected by the TAXABLE_FLAG provided in the interface. PDOI Tax classification can be provided in the PO_LINES_INTERFACE for overriding the tax line information using the TAX_NAME. Tax information provided through the interface will be considered as an override and not defaulting information. Tax overridden on the requisition will no longer be passed to the purchase order. TAXABLE_FLAG will be used as an item attribute for item creation in Oracle Inventory to update the taxability of the item. then ebusiness tax will determine the appropriate tax classification and recovery rate. Therefore it should fulfill all the criteria for overriding a tax as mentioned in above under the heading ‘Modifying Tax Information’ (Overriding Tax).

use the following as default value (Step 7 in ‘TAX SETUP’ section): a) Determine Taxable Basis: STANDARD_QUANTITY Figure 16: Quantity Based Tax (Tax Rules) E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 35 .Figure 15: Quantity Based Tax (Tax Rate) 2. Tax Rule: In tax rules of for the tax.

Instead of replicating choices for different OUs. Allow Tax Exceptions c. Tax setups will be available for tax across legal entities / operating units (use ‘Global Configuration Owner’ as the Configuration Owner in the rest of the setups) or you may use ‘Party Specific’ that only allows tax setups to be used for the specific legal Entity / operating unit or you E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 36 .TAX SETUP Following are the brief setup steps for defaulting basic tax in purchasing.e. Configuration for Taxes and Rules: Choose if the regime will be available as ‘Common Configuration’ i. Define the parties (legal Entity / operating unit) that subscribe to this tax. Regime Level . d. These steps can be used for performing quick tests for using tax in purchasing. Navigation: Tax Configuration > Tax Regime) a. 1. Click on ‘Next’ to choose the subscriptions for the regime. Party Subscription Options i. Allow Tax Exemptions iii. ii. Based on the business requirement the setups can be complex involving multiple tax rules. (Responsibility: Tax Managers. define which regimes need to support recovery / Exemptions / Exceptions / Overrides Set up Tax Regime i. Allow Tax Recovery ii.A Tax Regime is usually defined for a country b. Controls and defaults – Following options can be checked.

f. Controls: Check the options required for your tax. i. Allow Tax Exceptions ii. Click on ‘Finish’ to save the tax regime. i.e. d. Defaults: Set the following options/defaults. Geography Type: Based on the applicability of the tax to a geography c. Navigation: Tax Configuration > Set up Tax Taxes) a. Allow Tax Rate Rules: Checked ii. may use ‘Common Configuration with Party Overrides’ which will allow you to define portion of the tax setups to be overridden and available only for your specific legal Entity / operating unit. Allow Tax Recovery ii. VAT. Tax Exceptions/Exemptions Controls: Check the following options to allow Tax Exceptions and Tax Exemptions. (Responsibility: Tax Managers. Applied Amount Handling: Recalculated is set by default. i. Allow Entry of Manual Tax Lines g. i. Allow Tax Recovery Rate Override i.g. Tax Type: Based on the type of tax for e. 2. Tax Recovery Controls: Recovery rate is not mandatory and is totally optional. Save the Tax details by clicking on ‘Apply’ E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 37 . Allow Tax Rounding Override ii. Once the allow recovery rate tab is checked for a tax then it will not be live till recovery rate is defined. Allow Tax Exemptions h. For e.g. iii. Parent Geography Type: Based on the geography of the tax regime. the following can be checked for overriding tax rounding/tax line and entry of manual tax line. Configurations for Product Exceptions: Choose if the product exceptions can be ‘Common Configuration’ to allow the regime to use product exceptions across all the legal entities / operating units units (use ‘Global Configuration Owner’ as the Configuration Owner when setting up product exceptions) or choose ‘Party-Specific Configuration’ to configure party specific product exceptions. Allow Override for Calculated Tax Lines iii. Set to Prorated for tax to arrive at an amount calculated previously. Sales etc. Configuration Owner: <Based on the tax regime setup for ‘Configuration for Taxes and Rules’ in Step 1> b. e. Check the following options to allow tax recovery and override. Default Recovery Settlement: Immediate j.

Default Tax Jurisdiction Settings: Set the following options / defaults i. Default Effective From: <specify the effective date> * There should be at least one default jurisdiction.g. UK. Set as default Tax Jurisdiction: Checked ii. d. Default Recovery Settlement: Immediate e. e. if the geography type was country. Allow Tax Exceptions iii. Navigation: Tax Configuration > Tax Jurisdiction) a. India etc (based on your tax). Configuration Owner: <Based on the tax regime setup for ‘Configuration for Taxes and Rules’ in Step 1> b. For e. Navigation: Tax Configuration > Tax Status) a. Save the Tax Status details by clicking on ‘Apply’ Setup Tax Status 4. Rate Details: Click on the icon under the ‘Rate Details’ and set the following. i. (Responsibility: Tax Managers. Geography Type: Based on the applicability of the tax to a geography b.g. Rate Type: Percentage (For calculating the tax rate based on percentage) c. Percentage Rate: <Set the rate for the tax> d. (Responsibility: Tax Managers. if the parent geography type was country. For e. India etc (based on your tax). i. c. Configuration Owner: <Based on the tax regime setup for ‘Configuration for Taxes and Rules’ in Step 1> b. Geography Name: Name of the jurisdiction geography. Effective From: <specify the effective date> f. Allow Tax Rate Override d. Parent Geography Type: Based on the geography of the tax regime. Choose the options required for your tax. Tax Rate Defaults: Set the following option. Allow Tax Exemptions ii. Set as Default Rate: Checked Setup Tax Rate E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 38 . Set as Default Tax Status: Checked (For defaulting it as the tax status) c. Parent Geography Name: Name of the parent geography. Default Controls: Following options are available. (Responsibility: Tax Managers. Setup Tax Jurisdiction Code 5. UK. the geography name could be United States. the geography name could be United States.3. i. Navigation: Tax Configuration > Tax Rate) a.

Setup Tax Recovery Rate* (Responsibility: Tax Managers. Click on ‘Apply’ *Tax accounts can to be defined at the tax and rate level. a. Operating Unit: <Enter the value of Operating Unit> iv. Navigation: Tax Configuration > Tax Recovery Rules) a. f. If defined at both the places then rate level takes precedence. Recovery Rate Periods: Set up the following values i.e. Click on ‘Apply’ vi. Calculate Tax Amounts: STANDARD_TC Setup Tax Rules Update Tax 8. i. 7. Default Effective From: <specify the effective date> *Recovery rate is not mandatory and is totally optional. Default Effective From: <Date effective> Tax Accounts: Click on the icon under the ‘Tax Accounts’ and set the following. Determine Place of Supply: Ship To ii. (Responsibility: Tax Managers. Configuration Owner: <Based on the tax regime setup for ‘Configuration for Taxes and Rules’ in Step 1> b. to make it available for transactions Query the Tax E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 39 . Percentage Recovery Rate: <Recovery Rate%> ii. multiple statuses under a tax and multiple tax rates under a status. Ledger: Primary Ledger Name ii. Click on ‘Create’ iii. Navigation: Tax Configuration > Tax Recovery Rate) a. Tax Recoverable/Liability: <Enter the code combination for this account> v. Determine Tax Applicability: Applicable iii. If defined at both the places then rate level takes precedence. ii. Determine Taxable Basis: STANDARD_TB v. Effective From: <specify the effective date> iii. Determine Tax Registration: Ship From Party iv. 6. Once the allow recovery rate tab is checked for a tax then it will not be live till recovery rate is defined. Recovery rate can to be defined at the tax and rate level. Save the Tax Rate details by clicking on ‘Apply’ *There can be multiple taxes under a regime. Query the tax for the Configuration Owner (Based on the tax regime setup for ‘Configuration for Taxes and Rules’ in Step 1) b. Setup the following default rule types i. Set as Default Rate: Yes iv.

Effective From: <specify the effective date> v. Operating Unit: Vision <Operating Unit> iii.Tax Hierarchy’. Event Class: Purchase Order and Agreement vi. Supplier.e. Check ‘Set for Self Assessment / Reverse Charge’ if this is a selfassessed tax. In the Main Tab check on ‘Allow Tax Applicability’. Setup Tax on Source: Depending on the source from where tax needs to be defaulted. c. In the tax page navigate to Parties > Party Tax Profiles. Enabled: Checked Setup Configuration Owner Tax Options Setup Application Tax Options* 10. Update the following option: i. Entity Name: Purchase Order iii. Application Name: Purchasing iv. Default Primary Recovery Rate*: <Choose the setup in step 6 from the LOV> c. Ship-To Location or Payables Financial Options). e. d.g. f. b. Supplier Site. Application Tax Options: <Operating Unit> ii. Navigation: Defaults and Controls > Application Tax Options) i. Make Tax Available for Transactions: Checked ii. (i. Item. a. please define the setups as mentioned in the section for ‘Application Tax Options . For e. (Responsibility: Tax Managers. Defaulting Order 4: <Choose from the drop down list> viii. Click on update icon (Pencil icon). (Responsibility: Tax Managers. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 40 . Defaulting Order 3: <Choose from the drop down list> vii. Apply the changes. for supplier. Defaulting Order 1: <Choose from the drop down list> v. Navigation: Defaults and Controls > Configuration Owner Tax Options) a. Set up the following for enabling tax on Purchase Orders i. Choose ‘Party Type’ as “Third Party” and query the Supplier in the ‘Party Name’ for whom you like to define the tax. 9. Configuration Owner: <As defined in the tax regime> ii. following setups are required. Defaulting Order 5: <Choose from the drop down list> *Defining ‘Application Owner Tax Options’ is optional 11. Defaulting Order 2: <Choose from the drop down list> vi.b. Application Name: Purchasing iv. Navigate to Tax Registrations tab and click on ‘Create’ button and add the tax regimes/taxes applicable to the supplier.

e. When the template is STCC. 1. Payables and Purchasing tax codes migrate as input tax classification codes. Click on Actions > Manage Tax to navigate to the tax details page. Also. 3.12. In release 11i. receivables etc. Since the upgrade path for release 12 is only though 11i. tax was maintained separately for payables. but will not have an associated regime to rate flow in e-business tax. the operating unit will still continue to own the tax. this article would discuss only impacts on purchasing perspective. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 41 . You may define additional rules to determine taxes to be defaulted on a transaction. including the tax codes within a tax group. This will be available as ‘Regime Determination Set’ on the configuration tax owner option for the ‘Operating Unit Owning Tax Content’. we will only be considering this release in our considerations for upgrade. with a supplier defined in step 11 above and save the purchase order. 2. a direct rate determination rule is created during migration that will be based on the tax classification code that has the same name as tax group code. with the operating unit owning the tax setup. To group all related taxes classifications under its related tax group. Each tax code. This is a special Regime Determination Template which does not use Location based Determining Factors. All other Regime Determination Templates must use location based determining factors. If tax codes are not part of any tax groups then there will be no Direct Rate Determination rule. The tax used in purchasing was stored in payables and tax calculation API’s from payables were called for determining tax amount. A new Regime Determination Template Standard Tax Classification Code (STCC) will be created during migration using determining factor of Tax Classification Code -which will indicate that the tax calculation would be based on the old Release 11i approach. Create a Purchase Order You could also view a demonstration of the tax setups for purchasing though the viewlets attached with this white paper. Each tax code will be migrated with each tax code having its regime to rate flow. The tax group will also be migrated as a tax classification. a shortcut approach is used to calculate taxes based on the passed Tax Classification Code. The tax was operating unit based. In release 12 a centralized repository will be used to store taxes from across applications. The tax setup will be upgraded as partyspecific configuration owners. migrates to EBusiness Tax as a tax classification code. UPGRADE CONSIDERATIONS Following are some of the important impacts upon upgrade. This means that the tax regimes for migrated taxes will subscribe to party with ‘Operating Unit Owning the Tax Setup’ i.

CITY and POSTAL CODES as well as TAX ZONES to cover ZIP code ranges or groups of ZIP ranges with the same GEO code. The current recovery rates will be upgraded as "primary" recovery rates with the Release 11i Accounting based recovery rules upgraded as Recovery Rate Rules. E-Business Tax includes the tax classification code field as part of the supplier or supplier site party tax profile. 3. 2. 6. Once the tax lines are calculated. Additional Release 12 functionality is available to define multiple registrations for the same party and different regimes. the upgrade will create a Tax Jurisdiction Rate with a percentage rate associated with the relevant tax Regime. Purchasing will populate tax-determining attributes to global temporary tables.4. Tax Registrations defined at HR locations or HR Organization levels in Release 11i are upgraded as Tax Registrations at Party Tax Profile for Legal Establishments. appropriate tables in ebusiness tax is populated with tax details and the purchasing tables are updated to indicate taxable line. DATA FLOW Following is the mechanism of calls to the ebusiness tax to calculate tax. 8. Direct Rate Determination Rules for the defaulted tax classification code would determine the applicability of one or more taxes on a taxable line. as well as the ability in Release 12 to define registration status that can be used in rules. The upgrade will automatically create Tax Jurisdictions for each Tax Zone within the context of a Regime and Tax. For more detailed impact please refer to the Oracle Applications Upgrade Guide: Release 11i to Release 12 and Oracle Financials and Oracle Procurement Functional Upgrade Guide: Release 11i to Release 12. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 42 . For each of these Tax Jurisdictions. It will then call ebusiness tax API's to calculate tax. 7. Tax Status (STANDARD) and Tax Jurisdiction. 5. Tax. location values will be upgraded into the Trading Community Architecture (TCA) Geography model as legislative geography elements such as STATE. 9. taxes or jurisdictions. Both these hierarchies will be independent of the other unlike 11i tax hierarchy where payables based hierarchy could be used in purchasing. Supplier and supplier sites migrate to Trading Community Architecture (TCA) as TCA parties and party sites. 4. The data from the global temporary tables will be deleted. 1. For Location based taxes. For these parties. COUNTY. Release 11i Purchasing and Payables defaulting hierarchy are upgraded to Application Tax Options for each OU separately for Purchasing and Payables respectively.

you can use the following set of queries. Tax Jurisdictions: ZX_JURISDICTIONS_B f.tax) = nvl('&tax_name'. If the issue is limited to a tax then provide the tax name when prompted else please leave it blank. SELECT * FROM zx_rules_b E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 43 . Tax Rates: ZX_RATES_B e. SELECT * FROM zx_taxes_b WHERE DECODE('&tax_name'. SELECT * FROM zx_rates_b WHERE tax = '&tax_name' AND tax_regime_code = '&tax_regime_code'.null. Taxes: ZX_TAXES_B c. SELECT * FROM zx_regimes_b WHERE tax_regime_code = '&tax_regime_code'. Please provide the tax regime code when prompted.null. a. SELECT * FROM zx_jurisdictions_b WHERE DECODE('&tax_name'. Tax Rules: ZX_RULES_B To get a dump of the eTax setups.'xxx') AND tax_regime_code = '&tax_regime_code'. SELECT * FROM zx_status_b WHERE tax = '&tax_name' AND tax_regime_code = '&tax_regime_code'.'xxx'.'xxx'.Following are the main ebusiness tax tables that will contain the setup information that will help support in troubleshooting ebusiness tax information.tax) = nvl('&tax_name'.'xxx') AND tax_regime_code = '&tax_regime_code'. Tax Status: ZX_STATUS_B d. Tax Regimes: ZX_REGIMES_B b.

This is linked to the PO_HEADERS_ALL.LINE_LOCATION_ID b. TRX_ID: Transaction ID. c.WHERE tax = '&tax_name' AND tax_regime_code = '&tax_regime_code'. TRX_ID: Transaction ID. TRX_ID: Transaction ID. ZX_LINES_DET_FACTORS: This table holds all the information of the tax line transaction for both the requisitions as well as the purchase orders/releases.PO_HEADER_ID E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 44 . Following are the main ebusiness tax tables that will contain the transaction information that will have the tax details after tax is calculated. This is linked to the PO_LINE_LOCATIONS_ALL. This is linked to the PO_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL. RECOVERABLE_TAX: Recoverable tax amount NONRECOVERABLE_TAX: Non Recoverable tax amount d. This is linked to the PO_REQUISITION_HEADERS_ALL. a.PO_HEADER_ID TRX_LINE_ID: Transaction Line ID. ZX_LINES: This table will have the tax lines for associated with PO/Release schedules. This is linked to the PO_HEADERS_ALL. This is linked to the PO_LINE_LOCATIONS_ALL.PO_HEADER_ID TRX_LINE_ID: Transaction Line ID. ZX_REC_NREC_DIST: This table will have the tax distributions for associated with PO/Release distributions. PO_REQ_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL: This table will have the tax distributions for associated with Requisition distribution.LINE_LOCATION_ID TRX_LINE_DIST_ID: Transaction Line Distribution ID.PO_DISTRIBUTION_ID RECOVERABLE_FLAG: Recoverable Flag.REQUISITION_HEADER_ID / PO_HEADERS_ALL. If the distribution is recoverable then the flag will be set to Y and there will be values in the RECOVERY_TYPE_CODE and RECOVERY_RATE_CODE.

2.g. 3. It gives flexibility to test new and/or changed tax rules. Check the Party Tax Profile of the Third Party (supplier) and third party site (supplier site). Check the configuration option e. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 45 . Troubleshooting Tips 1. For detailed steps please review the tax simulator viewlet attached to metalink Document ID (Note) for this whitepaper. Useful Tips: 1. This is linked to the PO_REQUISITION_LINES_ALL. Check the Tax Applicability flag. Check that one status is default and every status has a default 2. Check the Regime Determination Set. Navigate to the Oracle Tax Simulator and enter the Header and Line information as appropriate. Check whether the OU has subscribed to LE setups. Determine the configuration owner subscription . For location-based taxes it should be Determine Applicable Regime. Check that every set up entity is effective for the transaction date. 4. Ship To/Bill To information is required for calculation of location-based tax. party specific. check following tax set ups. Ship from Ship to and Bill From Bill to LOVs change depending upon the application selected.g. common configuration or common with party override.REQUISITION_LINE_ID / PO_LINE_LOCATIONS_ALL. For the configuration owner (OU or LE) as determined above check the Configuration Owner Tax Option for the event class.TRX_LINE_ID: Transaction Line ID. Check for the Tax Applicability flag at main tab and at registration tab Regime to Rate Flow: Depending upon the regime subscription option e. Tax Simulator helps on audit trail with respect to which Tax Rules were satisfied in calculating a particular tax.LINE_LOCATION_ID TROUBLESHOOTING Tax Simulator Simulator is a powerful user interface too that can be used to simulate Tax Calculation based on what-if scenarios. You can start using the Oracle Tax Simulator by attaching this responsibility to your user. Depending upon the set up above check whether the configuration owner has subscribed to the regime. party specific configurations. Click on ‘Tax Lines’ to display the tax lines for your tax. First Party locations need to be associated with the legal establishment for the tax simulator to calculate tax.Party tax profile of Operating Unit.

Obtain the AUDSID for your login. turn trace on by: Help > Diagnostics > Trace > Trace with Binds 6. Just before saving the PO/Requisition. Tax Rules: Check the default place of supply or the rule for the tax. If not then at least one rule must be satisfied. You will get a message showing the location of the trace file. Obtain the max log sequence using the following query. Now change the responsibility to purchasing and open the Purchase Order/Requisition Form where this issue is happening and enter the details. Run the trace file through tkprof as follows: tkprof <filename>. (* Sometime AUDSID is not available for a few customers Please ignore this step in such a case) 4.out explain=<found username/password> E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 46 .rate. Set the following profile options on at user level for the user saving the purchase order. 1. FND: Debug Log Enabled = 'Y' FND: Debug Log Level = 'Statement' FND: Debug Log Module = % 2. For obtaining this. perform the following from just before opening Purchase Order / Requisition form. Tax Log and File Versions If there is an error while calculation please use the Note 417238. 5. Save the purchase order / requisition and then stop immediately afterwards by. Check whether the tax is by default Applicable. you will find the AUDSID field. Go to Help->About Oracle Applications. 5. In case of jurisdiction specific rates. 3. Below are the information that will be sufficient for Oracle Support to progress the service request for any ebusiness tax calculation issues. There should be at least one valid jurisdiction for the place of supply determined. Please retrieve trace with tkprof. 9. Help > Diagnostics > Trace > No Trace 8. SQL> select max(log_sequence) from fnd_log_messages. check that every jurisdiction has a default rate.trc <filename>.1 to obtain the tax debug log.

Navigate to Purchasing/Purchasing Super User/System Administrator Responsibility.trc file1234. Click on View > Request and Click on Submit a New Request Click on OK for option Single Request Choose the concurrent program Diagnostics: Apps Check Select the following parameters Application1= Ebusiness Tax Application2 = Purchasing Submit the Request and upload the output of the program for validating the file version information. SQL> select * from fnd_log_messages where log_sequence > <output from step1> and (module like 'ZX%' or module like 'zx%) and user_id = (SELECT user_id FROM fnd_user where user_name = ‘&Username’) order by log_sequence.out explain=<apps/apps> 10. Please get the debug log using the following query. * If the AUDSID is not available please use the following query to retrieve the tax log. SQL> select * from fnd_log_messages where log_sequence > <output from step1> and (module like 'ZX%' or module like 'zx%) and audsid = <audsid from step 3 above> order by log_sequence.example: tkprof file1234. 11. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 47 . Provide the output of ‘Diagnostics: Appscheck’ concurrent program.

2.1 Note 415698.1 Note 417238. Release 12 1.1 Note 458218.1 Note 398841.1 Oracle Internal References Note 419415.1 Note 437693.1 Note 456310.1 What to do with E-Business tax and Legal Entity SRs? E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 48 . Tax Log Shows 'Error Unable To Get The HQ_ESTB_PARTY_TAX_PROF_ID For Legal_Entity xx' Oracle E-Business Tax Documentation Resources.1 Oracle E-Business Tax Release 12 Known Issues How to obtain tax debug logfile when using application version 12 or higher FAQ: Purchasing Integration With E-Business Tax Oracle E-Business Tax key benefits. 3. Oracle E-Business Tax Implementation Guide Oracle E-Business Tax User Guide Oracle Financials and Oracle Procurement Functional Upgrade Guide: Release 11i to Release 12 Oracle Applications Upgrade Guide: Release 11i to Release 12 (zipped) Note 458218.APPENDIX References Note 406376.1 Note 461844. 4.1 Note 397158.1 Note 458320. some new features and resource material R12 Unexpected Error Occurred During Tax Calculation R12 Oracle E-Business Tax Configuration Defaulted Tax Rate From E-Business Tax Cannot Be Overriden E-Business Tax Calculation Issues After Entering The Next Line/ Deleting Shipments/ Adding New Shipments in Purchase Order Defaulted Tax Rate From E-Business Tax Cannot Be Overriden E-Business Tax Calculation Error Occurs.

Tax Determination Attributes Requisitions ======= Header ---------Requisition Type Transaction Currency Tax Header (Navigation: Tools > Manage Tax) ---------------Taxation Country Document Sub-type Line ------Item Unit of Measure Quantity Unit Price Amount Need-by Date Tax Classification Ship-to Organization Ship-to Location Supplier Supplier Site Additional Tax Attributes (Navigation: Tools > Manage Tax > Additional Tax Information) --------------------------------Business Category Intended Use User-defined Fiscal Classification Product Fiscal Classification Product Category Assessable Value Distribution --------------Quantity Amount Charge Account Tax Recovery Rate Project Task E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 49 .

Award Expenditure Type Expenditure Organization Expenditure Date Additional Tax Attributes (Navigation: Tools > Manage Tax > Additional Tax Information) -------------------------------Intended Use POs/Releases ========= Header ----------PO Document Type Transaction Currency Rate Type Rate Date Rate FOB Supplier Supplier Site Bill-to Location Provisional Tax Determination Date (for Consumption Advice Orders) Tax Header (Navigation: Tools > Manage Tax) ---------------Taxation Country Document Sub-type Line -----Item Unit of Measure Unit Price Shipment ------------Quantity Amount Need-by Date Tax Classification Ship-to Organization Ship-to Location Source Document (for Scheduled Releases of Planned PO) E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 50 .

Source Shipment (for Scheduled Releases of Planned PO) Additional Tax Attributes (Navigation: Tools > Manage Tax > Additional Tax Information) -------------------------------Business Category Intended Use User-defined Fiscal Classification Product Fiscal Classification Product Category Assessable Value Distribution ---------------Quantity Amount Account CCID Tax Recovery Rate Project Task Award Expenditure Type Expenditure Organization Expenditure Date Source Distribution (for Scheduled Releases of Planned PO) Additional Tax Attributes (Navigation: Tools > Manage Tax > Additional Tax Information) -------------------------------Intended Use (defaults from shipment level) Acknowledgement I wish to record my sincere appreciation towards: My team mates Ajith. Muhittin. and Clarina Allen and Janet Flores from Procurement Support team for reviewing this whitepaper. Selvan and Subhashini for all their help and feedback in completing this document. I am very grateful to Chandu Tadanki for his constant encouragement and support. Also Anand Naik and Vasvi Kedia from Product Management. A Special thankyou to Andrea Balasuriya from Product Release Readiness Team for constantly providing help from every direction. Thanks to Anand Naik for providing guidance at various situations. Mani. Ranjith Palani and Rajalingam Ramaswamy of Product Development Team. E-business Tax – A Purchasing Perspective Page 51 .

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