E1: 43: How to Calculate Taxes on a Landed Cost Voucher
Last updated on FEBRUARY 15, 2018
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The purpose of this document is to illustrate a workaround for calculating taxes on landed cost vouchers.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne does not support the calculation of taxes on Landed Cost at the time of Voucher Match (P4314). If you enter a landed cost voucher, you will see that the tax fields in the grid are locked and cannot be entered by the user.
In the past, clients have attempted to work around this problem by using Line Defaults to input the tax information and default in onto the grid row for the landed cost. This method was unreliable because it often resulted in an "Amount Does Not Balance To Gross" (0088) Error.
In the latest versions of the software, the ability to use line defaults with landed cost was removed two recent bug fixes:
- 9.0 Bug 17178941 - AMOUNT DOES NOT BALANCE TO GROSS WITH LANDED COST LINE AND TAX OVERRIDE
- 9.1 Bug 17337909 - AMOUNT DOES NOT BALANCE TO GROSS WITH LANDED COST LINE AND TAX OVERRIDE
In the United States, Landed Costs are essentially taxes and it generally does not make sense to add a tax to a tax.
However in many countries Landed Costs are considered to be taxable and many of our international clients need a way to tax landed costs.
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