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GST: How to change tax type account id's for TDS related taxes (Doc ID 2526712.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 08, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Financials for India - Version 12.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Reported Issue
There exists TDS Tax types where customer wants to change the existing ccid's .
Reason for change can be due to incorrectly chosen CCID's or change in organization structure .

Steps for replication
1. Under "Withholding Tax Regime", configured Tax Types and Tax rates.
2. In the tax type form ,under "Accounts" tab the respective ccid's were selected. 
    For ex: Mumbai OU is with 01-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX as per their flexfield definition . ( But they have selected flexfield starting with 02)
3. In the tax rates, the record is defined specific for the Operating unit.
4. User found that either there is a mistake in accounts specified in tax types or actually there is a change in system in regards to the respective OU
5. When trying to make a change in Tax type form though system is allowing there , these are not flown to the tax rates. 


Because of this, the generated TDS invoices are actually failing due to incorrect CCID .

Error message
1. Invalid distribution account
2. Invalid Liability Liability account is invalid

Expected Behavior
Expects that on validation of payables invoice with TDS Taxes it should generate TDS CM and SI without error.


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