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E1: 48S/52: FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions Tax Setup in Contract Billing (Doc ID 633163.1)

Last updated on MARCH 20, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Contract and Service Billing - Version 8.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Purpose of this Document is to Answer Frequently Asked Questions about Tax Set up in Contract and Service Billing

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  Why does the system deliver error "AAI table not found" and "Invalid key GL for tax liability" after running invoice generation, only after loading a new ESU.
 Question 2:  Is it possible to set up Contract or Service Billing so that the tax line is separate from the revenue account?
 Question 3:  T&M rows in the workfile (F4812) have tax calculated on a transaction by transaction basis and stored in the Tax (ITAM) column, they are rounded to 2 decimal points. When there are multiple line items and Invoice generation is run the sum of this column is reported this amount is different than the expected tax amount.  For example an invoice is for $7,000.00 with a tax rate of 13%, it is expected the tax amount would be $910.00 however, the invoice shows $910.03.  Why is the tax calculated in this manner?
 Question 4:  When setting up a non-T&M billing detail line, how does the system need to set up if it is necessary to split out tax  line so it is separate from the revenue account, but it is also necessary to use the accounts associated with the BCxx AAIs?
  Question 5: Where does the 4815 Billing AAI get the GL Offset that is used?
 Question 6:   Is it possible to set up the 4815 Billing AAI with 2 or more Tax Authorities in EnterpriseOne?
 Question 7:   What tax explanation codes can be used on Contract and Service Billing module?
 Question 8:   When running Workfile Generation (R48120) receive error "No customer number was found on the business unit (job) or workorder" in the Work Center. Why is that?

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