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Tax Amount Rounding on the Sales Order Is Different Then the Tax Amount on the Invoice (Doc ID 1284274.1)

Last updated on MAY 24, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Order Management - Version 12 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Tax amount rounding on the Order Management (OM) Sales Order is different from the tax amount on the Receivables (AR) invoice


For this case, it involved payment in advance, so customer always pays based
on the amount on the sales order.
Estimated Tax in the Sales Order header is 8.32
but Receivables' Invoice tax shows tax as 8.33
    Sales order:
    subtotal: 209.84
    tax: 8.32
    Total: 218.16
    Credit Card authorized amount: 218.16
    Invoice XXX, with receipt YYY:
subtotal: 209.84
    tax: 8.33
    Total: 218.17

For Eg : Estimated Tax in sales Order header is 8.32 but
          Amount in AR transaction form shows as 8.33 (0.01 cent difference)


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