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Self Assessed Tax Is Not Working As Expected, received errors ZX-885451 and ZX-885251 (Doc ID 2650404.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 15, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Tax Cloud Service - Version 11.13.19.07.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

System is not letting user create a line for Self Assessed Tax. The customer is expecting that

1. When Supplier sends an invoice with tax amount less that the calculated by tax engine - system should let user create another tax line or edit the tax line to make up the difference.
(For example, supplier sent 3 % but engine says 8% - then net(8-3) has to be paid to the govt.)

2. When Supplier sends an invoice with tax amount more that the calculated by tax engine - system should let user create another tax line or edit the tax line to make up the difference.
(For example, supplier sent 10 % but engine says 8% - then net(10-8) has to be claimed from the govt.)


STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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1. Receive an invoice from supplier with supplier sending the tax line as 3 %
2. System calculates tax as 8%
3. Go to Edit taxes, try creating a tax line for remaining 5% (assuming system calculated tax is 8%)
4. System throws an errors.

ERROR MESSAGE

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Error 1:

"A summary tax line already exists for this tax regime and tax. (ZX-885451)
Cause. A summary tax line already exists with this combination of tax regime code US SALES AND USE TAX and tax CITY
Action : select a different combination to create the summary tax line"

and Error 2:

"A tax line already exists for this tax regime and tax (ZX-885251)
Cause : A tax line already exits with this combination of tax regime code US SALES AND USE TAX and tax CITY
Action : select a different combination to create the tax line."

Cause

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