11 Replies Latest reply: Jun 15, 2007 5:05 PM by vijay raghavendra RSS

Differential Excise duty

vijay raghavendra
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Hi,

How to get Differential Excise duty in SAP.

 

If I Transport the material from Plant1 to Depot1 

 

Assassble value  100 Rs and Excise Duty 16%, 2% and 1%.

 

But in Depot if I sale at 150 Rs then How can i get the differential Duties in SAP.

 

Pls Explain  any body gone through this Scenario.

 

 

Raghu

  • Re: Differential Excise duty
    Appavoo Gunasekaran
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    Hi,

    actually I couldnt get your question.

    Suppose if you want maintain the different excise rate for the same material.

    You have to Create the diffrent excise indiacator. this indicator you have to maintain in customer master cin details.

    Accordind this indicator system pick the excise value.

    Regards

    Guna

  • Re: Differential Excise duty
    Rajesh Banka
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    You can create the liability through Excise JV, using T.Code J1IH. You will have to test which tab meets your requirement:

    1. Addional Excise

    2 Other Adj.

     

    I suppose Additional excise will serve your purpose, but still recommend that test both in test server, which meets your requirement.

     

    Regards,

    Rajesh Banka

     

    Reward points if useful.

  • Re: Differential Excise duty
    Gururaj Mugalkhod
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    HI,

     

    Follow the steps as per below link

     

    <a href="http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005vp/helpdata/en/4c/a83df615b611d4b5b3006094b9ec21/frameset.htm">SAP Help Data</a>

     

    Thanks and Regards,

  • Re: Differential Excise duty
    Pradeep S
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    HI Raghu,

     

    >In depot sales, the sales order will calculate wrong excise duty. It will be on the selling price where as it should be on assassble value.

     

    >create  outbound delivery , after picking the material and before doing PGI we have to create excise invoice using Tcode J1IJ. go to <i>Delivery>  RG23D selection</i> enter the delivery no, excise group and series group. select the incoming excise invoice ( Factory excise invoice) then select <i>Excise Invoice> verify and post

    </i>

    > Do PGI.  Now create invoice. this invoice will take the ED values from excise invoice created just now.

     

    Please also check the following link http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005vp/helpdata/en/4c/a83df615b611d4b5b3006094b9ec21/frameset.htm

     

    reward points if helpful

     

    regards

    Pradeep

     

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            Pradeep S

    • Re: Differential Excise duty
      vijay raghavendra
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      Hi Pradeep,

       

      J1IJ Is After Delievery or Before Delievery.

       

      and then J1IGA is after Delievery or Before?

       

      Pls Explain J1IGA process?In Which Scenario we have to do and and If Low Assasble value at the time of Sale from Depot?

       

       

      Thankyou very much.

       

      Don't worry about Points.

       

      Raghu

      • Re: Differential Excise duty
        Pradeep S
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        Hi Raghu,

         

        In depot RG32D register is maintained for excise purpose. This register has both the incoming excise invoice details and outgoing excise invoice details.

         

        J1IG is used to post incoming excise invoice details in the RG32D register. This register is updated based the GR document (material document). Hence GR at depot have to be done before this transaction.

         

        If any changes has to be made to the above created entry in the RG32D register J1IGA transaction is used. Internal excise invoice number created in J1IG transaction is used as reference.

         

        J1IJ transaction is used for assigning excise invoice to a delivery. This is done with reference to a delivery or material. Hence delivery has to created and picking has to done. This transaction is used before creating PGI.

         

        Even if free goods are supplied excise invoice has to be created and the invoice should reflect the excise values of the incoming goods.

         

        Check this link which has all Tcodes related to CIN: http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005vp/helpdata/en/4c/a83df615b611d4b5b3006094b9ec21/frameset.htm

         

        Hope this is helpful.

         

        regards

        Pradeep

        • Re: Differential Excise duty
          vijay raghavendra
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          Hi,

           

          Thankyou.

           

          So If any differences at the time of Sale(Excsie duty Higher or lower)we can add to J1IGA.

          It will add to the RG23D Register(Reciepts or Issues)

          Is it right?

           

          Raghu

          • Re: Differential Excise duty
            Pradeep S
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            Hi Raghu,

             

            excise duty is applicable for any goods manufactured. whenever a company manufactures some goods, the company has to pay excise duty to the central governemt and remove the goods from the factory. excise invoice is created in the factory to record excise payment.

             

            In depot we don't manufacture any goods. depot is only a place to store the goods. Hence we need not create any excise invoices in depot. We just need to maintain RG23D register. This register captures the incoming excise invoice to the depot and used to assign outgoing delivery to the incoming excise invoice . Incoming excise invoice posting is done through J1IG Tcode.  Whenever you deliver/sell material from the depot, you assign the corresponding incoming excise invoice to the delivery. This is done through J1IJ Tcode.

             

            J1IGA Tcode is used to correct any incoming exicse invoice.

             

             

            Eg. We move 1000Kg of material A at 100INR/Kg from Factory X to Depot Y. The excise invoice no from the factory is ABC123. After creating goods receipt in depot, using J1IG transaction we create excise invoice entry at depot.This updates RG23D register.  Suppose we are selling this material A to different customers for 150INR/Kg through the depot.  After creating delivery, picking and before doing PGI we have to assign the outgoing delivery to incoming excise invoice. This will make corresponding entry in RG23D register. Eventhough you sell at 150INR you have only paid ED for 100INR. Hence in inovice to customer the price willl be 150INR and ED will be for 100INR ie (100 * 16.48% not 150 * 16.48%).

             

            Hope this is clear

            reward if useful

             

            regards

            pradeep

  • Re: Differential Excise duty
    hari shankar
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    normally excise duty will be once on material that only for the domestic busieness

  • Re: Differential Excise duty
    Aarti Shenoy_SD
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    Hi,

     

    Excise Duty is paid only once, when goods leave the Factory premises.

     

    In that sense, you will pay ED of 16%, on value 100, ie. Rs.16.

     

    Now, when you make a Sale from Depot, Excise Duty has to be same Rs.16, no matter what the final sale price is.

     

    In Pricing Procedure, you can maintain Alt Base Value 351, against Condition Type for Excise Duty. This will let ED 16% to be calculated on ***. Value maintained in table J1ID.

     

    So, no matter what the sale price is, your ED will always be calculated on *** value, which logically will be same, as that in your, Plant to Depot Invoice.

     

    Hope, this is the answer, you were looking for.. and let me know, if this solution works ..

     

    Ciao ...

     

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            aarti shenoy

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