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If Government has introduced new Tax which is non-deductible tax or deductible and in SAP it needs to include in Tax Procedure, then we need to follow below given process,

1.1 Create Condition Type


Access the Transaction code using one of the following option:


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After executing you will get initial screen as,


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Double click on second option “Define Condition Types”.


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Click on New Entries,


Here, I am going to create 2 new Z-conditions say ZKKC -deductible and ZKKN -Non-deductible,

You can create these two condition also by copying option,


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1.2 Create Account Keys


The account key enables the system to post amounts to certain types of revenue account.


Access the Transaction code using one of the following option:


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Here I have used standard NVV account key for ZKKN condition type which is non deductible and created new Z-account key ZVS for ZKKC i.e. deductible condition type. You also have copying option to create new account keys.

The difference between these two account keys is that you have to ticked on “Non -deductible” field while maintaining it in OBCN for non deductible account key and keep it blank in case of deductible account key.

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1.3 Introduce Conditions in Tax Procedure


You can use same T.code to access this OBYZ.


Click on “Define Procedure”,


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Select Tax Procedure say “YTAXINN” in my case and click on Control on left side Dialog structure,


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Click on New Entries and Maintain both the conditions ZKKC and ZKKN. Also add NVV and ZVS account keys in account key field against ZKKN and ZKKC respectively. Tax processing Key NVV in Account key field if you want to inventories this tax value i.e. non Cenvatable and if it’s Cenvatable and you want to take credit


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After this, finally you need to maintain condition records for these both condition types in FV11 T.code.



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