Last updated on MAY 09, 2017
Applies to:Oracle E-Business Tax - Version 12 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 02-July-2013***
This note was created to document an example for how a system can be configured to charge a specific Zero Rate tax rate for exports. The specific scenario spawning this note was defined in Note 577996.1, a Case Study focused on how to implement E-Business Tax for Canada. Refer to the above referenced note for more information about the exact Regime to Rate setup surrounding this example.
While the example and requirement below are specific to Canada, similar setup can be implemented for other countries such as those in the EU with similar requirements.
The Canada Revenue Agency has stated that goods exported out of Canada are zero rated for GST if they take delivery outside of Canada. Goods delivered inside Canada may also be zero rated as exports in certain circumstances such as when the purchase is not a consumer and the purchaser exports the goods as soon as is reasonable in the circumstance after you deliver them.
The default logic will automatically exclude items with a ship-to address outside of Canada from having GST applied.
The solution shown below assumes that all exports should in fact have a tax line with a zero rate tax instead of no tax line at all. It addresses two unique scenarios:
Scenario 1: Goods are sold with a ship-to address outside of Canada
Scenario 2: Goods are delivered in Canada for immediate export
Again in both of these cases the tax should apply with a Zero Rate.
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