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Specify Structure for Tax Jurisdiction Code

In this activity, you determine the structure of the tax jurisdiction code. This code is used for calculating taxes which are defined below the federal level (for example, US taxes, Canadian taxes). The tax jurisdiction code can be subdivided into a maximum of four levels (for example, state/county/city/district). This way the tax rate is defined per level and the tax value is calculated individually per level. If an entry exists for a calculation procedure, then tax processing for this calculation procedure is switched over automatically to the tax jurisdiction code method. In this activity you can also set whether taxes should be calculated at the line item or the "tax code/tax jurisdiction code" level. Activities 1. Enter the name of a calculation procedure for which you need a tax jurisdiction code. You can call up the names of all the available procedures via the possible entries key. A calculation procedure is defined for every country in the SAP standard system. 2. Define the structure and the length of the structure elements of the tax jurisdiction codes in the fields defined for this purpose. 3. If taxes are to be calculated at line item level, select the line-by-line taxes indicator.

Define Tax Jurisdictions

In this activity, you specify the tax jurisdiction code per tax calculation procedure. The tax jurisdiction code consists of up to four parts depending on the tax jurisdiction code structure for the relevant calculation procedure: the state code, the county code, the city code, and a local code component. The system uses these component parts to determine the tax rate for each tax authority. Requirements You must have already determined the allowed length of the tax jurisdiction code. See the activity Specify Structure for Tax Jurisdiction Code for more information. Activities 1. Enter the name of the calculation procedure which requires a tax jurisdiction code. Press the F4 key to display a list of all the procedures defined in the standard system. 2. Enter the tax jurisdiction code for state, county, city and local code component. 3. Set the indicators for determining the tax base and cash discount base for the country code. Additional information If tax is calculated using an external tax system, then an entry is only to be included at the upper level to determine the tax base or cash discount base at the "State" level. If such an entry does not exist for a state, the company code setting for the tax base/cash discount base is used.

Activate External Tax Calculation

In this activity, you activate the access to the external tax system depending on the tax calculation procedure. Activities

1. Enter the following IDs for the external systems:

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"A" for Taxware "V" for Vertex

2. Enter "TAXDOC00" under Tax Interface Version. 3. Enter the RFC destination that you defined in the activity Define Physical Destination.

Define Fiscal Regional Codes for Other Countries

In this step, you define the fiscal regional codes if only one fiscal regional code is used in a region. Requirements You have already defined the regions. Activities Define the fiscal regional codes for the required countries and regions.

Enter VAT Registration Number for Plants Abroad

In this activity you maintain the additional data for countries that are not the company code country after activating the Plants abroad function:

VAT registration number Company name and address Registration entries For Austria: Tax office number, tax number, and data processing register number.

Maintaining India Tax Account Determination SM30 Transaction code

IMG menu

System Services Table Maintenance Extended Table Maintenance

1. Maintain G/L accounts for company code 1000 and business place 1000 and 1100 in table J_1IT030K_V refer to txt file SMB14_J_1IT030K_V_O504_N70.TXT. Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General Tax on Goods Movements India Basic Settings Determination of Excise Duty Maintain Excise Defaults

Maintain Subtransaction Types Use

Allowing Down Payment/Transferring Transaction Types in Asset Classes Use

In this step, you determine the asset classes for which postings are to be allowed with the transaction type groups for down payments and transfers.
Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu

Financial Accounting (New) Asset Accounting Transactions Acquisitions Allow Down Payment Transaction Types in Asset Classes

Determining Cost Element for Settlement to CO Receiver Transaction code AO89 IMG menu Financial Accounting (New) Asset Accounting Transactions Capitalization of Assets Under Construction Determine Cost Element for Settlement to CO Receiver

Assigning Settlement Profiles OAAZ Transaction code IMG menu Financial Accounting (New) Asset Accounting Transactions Capitalization of Assets Under Construction Define/Assign Settlement Profiles Assign Settlement Profile to Company Code

Defining Investment Profile Transaction code IMG menu

Investment Management Internal Orders as Investment Measures Master Data Define Investment Profile Define Investment Profile

Asset Data Transfer

Setting Company Code Status
Transaction code IMG menu

Financial Accounting (New) Asset Accounting Asset Data Transfer Set Company Code Status

Importing/Creating Master Data

Creating Fixed Assets Master Data

SAP ECC menu Transaction code

Accounting Financial Accounting Fixed Assets Periodic Processing Year-End Closing Execute AJAB

How to transfer closing balance to next financial year How to prepare the depreciation

Controlling Configuration

Define Time-Based Fields for Activity Types Define Accts for W/hold.Tax for "Gross.Up" Offsetting Entry Define Accounts for Self-Withholding Tax Define Accounts for Withholding Tax Offsetting Entry
Provision for Tax on services Received
Define Document Splitting Rule Assign Document Splitting Method Define Business Transaction Variants