E1: 43: Taxes in Procurement FAQ
(Doc ID 2369883.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version XE to 9.2 [Release XE to 9.2]
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This document answers from frequently asked questions on taxes in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management.
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|Questions and Answers|
|Question 1: Using a tax explanation code of C, how can we control how the tax entries are written at the time of purchase order receipt?|
|Question 3: How can we setup the PT AAI for Use tax entries?|
|Question 4: How can we prevent taxes from being recorded in the Weighted Average Cost at the time of purchase order receipt?|
|Question 6: When using non-recoverable Vat tax (V tax explanation code, Vat expense checked in P4008), and inventory interface N, how can we record the tax amount to the same expense account charged for non-stock items?|
|Question 7 : In Match Voucher to Open Receipt (P4314), why is the Distribution AAI Number 4350 Invalid error displayed for a receipt line with Tax Code V?|
|Question 8 : Is there a way to display the breakdown of taxes during voucher match? Currently the taxes are displayed in total and only display separately when the batch is posted.|
|Question 9: Purchase Order Entry (P4310) allows users to create purchase orders for an expired tax rate/area. Why?|
|Question 10 : How are the tax rate area (TXA1), tax explanation code (EXR1), and tax item number (TXITM) populated in Account Ledger (F0911) for voucher match entries?|
|Question 11: Is it possible to setup a supplier so that it defaults taxes when they buy from the supplier location in Canada, but no taxes are defaulted if they buy from the supplier location in the US?|
|Question 12: How can we setup a maximum tax amount for an item in procurement?|
|Question 13: When are tax records written to the F0018 Taxes table?|