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Unexpected Adjustment on Taxes Detected on: Transactions Form and U.S. Sales Tax Report (Doc ID 2893401.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When an adjustment is created, the amount is split unexpectedly into tax and other amounts as reflected in the invoice.

Examples of this are shown below:

SCENARIO 1 -> When consulting U.S. Sales Tax Report

   Responsibility:   Tax Managers
   Navigation:       Go to View -> Requests

  1. Click on Submit New Request -> U.S. Sales Tax Report
  2. In the section where invoices are listed, there is a line
    where Adjustment Number has value, and part of the adjustment
    affects the "Invoice Line" column, and another part the
    "Tax" column.


SCENARIO 2 -> When consulting Invoice Details

   Responsibility:   Receivables Manager
   Navigation:       Transactions -> Transactions

  1. Any invoice is queried,
  2. Click in details,
  3. In the Adjustment line, the adjustment amount is divided into
    smaller amounts shown in different columns.






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