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R12: ZX:AP: How to Configure a Tax to Self-Assess in R12 E-Business Tax (EBTax) Payables (Doc ID 948414.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle E-Business Tax - Version 12.0 to 12.2.5 [Release 12.0 to 12.2]
Oracle Payables - Version 12.0.0 to 12.2.5 [Release 12.0 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


EBTax Information Center > EBTax Features (Setup & Troubleshooting) > Self Assessing (Use) Tax > Note 948414.1.1

This Note was authored to guide a user through the self-assessment of taxes.  The screenshots and examples used in this note are related to the Case Study Note 577996.1 on Canada but applicable to any self-assessment configuration you may wish to undertake.

Content was included in this Note from the following:
Oracle Payable Implementation Guide
Oracle E-Business Tax User Guide


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In this Document
 1. What is Self-Assessed Tax?
 2. How Do I Determine if I Should Self-Assess?
 3. 11i vs R12 solution Comparison
 4. Assumptions for this Example
 5. Setup Steps to Self-Assess For Non-Registered Suppliers 
     a. Step 1 - Update the Tax Profile for the Legal Establishment
     b. Step 2 - Update Supplier Party Tax Profile
     c. Step 3 - Update Supplier Party Site Tax Profile
     d. Create a Determining Factor Set
     g. Test
     h. How the Logic Works to Self-Assess a Supplier site that is NOT REGISTERED in This Example
 7. Critical Patches for Self-Assessment
 8. Alternate Scenario: Self-Assess on the majority of your Invoices 
 9. Alternate Scenario: You Self-Assess on All Imports
 10. Alternate Scenario: You Elect To Self Assess Manually for Each Invoice
  11. Comparison: Differences between Purchase Orders and AP Invoices
 12. Prepayment Invoices, Prepayment Applications and self assessed taxes
 13. Tax Reporting
 14. Invoices Form Layout

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