For Plants Abroad functionality please Keep the following in mind for tax calculation schemas:
The company code can only work with the tax calculation schema assigned to the country of the company code.Using more than one tax calculation schemas within one company code is not possible at this time.
Modification solution “Plants abroad” allows you to assign plants from different countries to one company code.
This results in additional requirements for the character of the tax calculation schema for this company code as well as the character of the tax calculation schema for the countries of those plants assigned to this company code.
If A is the country of company code X that plants in countries B, C,D… are assigned to, either of the situations below is possible:
– One tax schema TAXEUR for countries A, B, C, D, ….
– You define a general tax schema TAXEUR that includes tax specifics for countries A, B, C, D, …
– You must define all tax codes (with country assignment) required in these countries.
– Different tax schemas for countries A, B, C, D, …
– Country A -> Tax schema TAXA
– Country B -> Tax schema TAXB
– All tax codes for country A are defined in tax schema TAXA.
– In tax schema TAXA, all tax codes are defined for those countries required for acquisitions or deliveries to plants abroad assigned to company code X (with country assignment).
– When K3 is a tax code for country B that is required in a plant assigned to company code A:
Tax code K3 is defined in tax schema TAXB.
Tax code K3 must also be defined in tax schema TAXA (with country assignment country B), but the definition of tax code K3 must be the same in tax schema TAXA as it is in tax schema TAXB.
– SAP advises giving your tax schema the character outlined in Alternative 1.
– For a shipment from Plant So the advice was to best detox drink it during detox only. B in country B, SD finds tax code s of the tax schema assigned to country B.
– Tax code s is transferred from the SD to the FI application.
– The FI application interprets tax code s with the tax schema assigned to country A of company code A.
– It must be ensured that the following is true for countries A and B when using different tax schemas:
When s is a tax code used in plant B,
– Definition of tax code s in tax schema TAXA
= Definition of tax code s in tax schema TAXB
Changes to the interface
The possible entries pushbutton allows you to restrict the tax country.
The system checks during document entry whether the tax country is unique in the document. Only the following exceptions are permitted:
For incoming payments with tax adjustment for cash discounts, more than one tax country is allowed, but only one for each automatically generated cash discount item.
Plant stock transfers from SD across national borders are permitted because a cash discount adjustment is not necessary (simple G/L account postings).
The following programs were enhanced with a selection option for tax country (this field is only visible if “Plants abroad” is active):
The program for sales/purchases tax returns (RFUMSV00) was enhanced with the option of displaying or printing values in reporting currency (country currency) instead of local currency.
Further information is available in “FI General Topics.”
The following release notes describe “Plants abroad” for SD/MM – Declarations to the authorities in the EU – plants abroad:
MM : MMM_PUR_40A_WIA
Intra-EU trade statistics: 40A_FT_GOV_WIA