Argentina Tax Reporting (RPFIGLAR_TAXREPORTING): Daily VAT, Electronic Duplicate, CITI Ventas, and CITI Compras
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The Argentina Tax Reporting (RPFIGLAR_TAXREPORTING) report is available since the R/3 release onwards (still available for the SAP S/4HANA releases). This report enables you to run the following reports that are required by AFIP (Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos) in Argentina:
- Daily VAT
- Electronic Duplicate
- CITI Ventas
- CITI Compras
SAP recommends that you use the Argentina Tax Reporting (RPFIGLAR_TAXREPORTING) to report AFIP requirements, because from October 30th, 2019, onwards, SAP will not provide maintenance or deliver updates in all releases to the reports listed below:
For more information about the discontinuation of maintenance and updates for the reports listed above, see SAP Note 2817157 – Argentina Tax Reporting (RPFIGLAR_TAXREPORTING): Replacement of Existing Legal Reports.
To access the Argentina Tax Reporting (RPFIGLAR_TAXREPORTING) report, you can run FIGLARTAXREP transaction. If you prefer, you can also access the report on the SAP Easy Access screen, right when you log on to the system. To do so, choose Accounting > Financial Accounting > General Ledger > Reporting > Tax Reports > Argentina > Argentina Tax Reporting.
When you open the Argentina Tax Reporting report, you can choose to run the following reports:
- Daily VAT: This report generates ALV outputs with lists of posted documents that contain VAT (value-added tax). You can print the outputs and submit them to tax authorities on demand.
- Electronic Duplicate: This report generates TXT output files with details of posted documents that contain VAT according to what is required in the 3685 resolution of AFIP. You can download the TXT output files and submit them to tax authorities on demand.
- CITI Ventas (Information Regime of Sales): This report generates TXT output files with details of transaction documents related to sales, rentals, and services invoiced to customers according to what is required in the 3685 resolution of AFIP.
- CITI Compras (Information Regime of Purchases): This report generates TXT output files with details of transaction documents related to purchases from vendors according to what is required in the 3685 resolution of AFIP.
The Argentina Tax Reporting report has the following execution screen:
For visually impaired readers: The picture shows a screenshot of the selection screen of the Argentina Tax Reporting (RPFIGLAR_TAXREPORTING) report.
Ok, now you know what the Argentina Tax Reporting report is about and how to access it. But there is a very important previous step to run the report, which is the configuration of your system to enable you to run the report correctly.
Find below the main configuration steps that you might want to adjust according to your scenarios:
Step 1: Check if your VAT information is correctly maintained in customer and vendor master data.
Step 2: When you’re done with step 1, go through the following customizing settings:
- In SAP Customizing Implementation Guide > Financial Accounting > Bank Accounting > Business Transactions > Payment Transactions > Electronic Bank Statement:
◦ Create Currency Classes (V_T028O)
◦ Define Currency Classes (V_T028M)
- In SAP Customizing Implementation Guide > Financial Accounting > General Ledger Accounting > Periodic Processing > Report > Statutory Reporting: Argentina > General:
◦ Specify Tax Class (FIARV_TAXID)
◦ Maintain Time Dependency (FIARV_TIMEINFO)
- In SAP Customizing Implementation Guide > Financial Accounting > General Ledger Accounting > Periodic Processing > Report > Statutory Reporting: Argentina > D.G.I. Tax Reports:
◦ Maintain Official D.G.I. Document Types (V_1AOFTP)
◦ Assign Official D.G.I. Document Types (V_1AOTDETR)
- In SAP Customizing Implementation Guide > Financial Accounting > General Ledger Accounting > Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable > Business Transactions > Outgoing Invoices/Credit Memos > Country-Specific Functions > Argentina:
◦ Define VAT Rate Codes and VAT Percentages for Web Service (V_J1AVATCODE)
You still can customize print authorization codes for pre-printed documents:
- In SAP Customizing Implementation Guide > Cross-Application Components > General Application Functions > Cross-Application Document Numbering > Argentina:
◦ Define Print Authorization Codes (V_1APACD)
After checking the customizing settings, you are ready to run the report. ?
You may also want to keep your system up to date with the latest SAP Notes released by SAP, so make sure you have applied the SAP Notes listed in SAP Note 2651853 – Argentina VAT Reporting Redesign Troubleshooting Guide.
The full documentation of the Argentina Tax Reporting report is in the system. You can access it by choosing the F1 button. The most updated version of the text is delivered in SAP Note 2809400 – Argentina Tax Reporting (RPFIGLAR_TAXREPORTING): Report Documentation.
We hope this blog post helps you. Feel free to leave your questions, comments and feedback in the space provided below.
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Hi Rosana, great info, i've see you blogged about Brazil and Argentina's tax reporting tools....anything in the work for Chile and the eDocument solution?
This is great information indeed. I was able to set up the report following your instructions. However, I do not know what Print Authorization Codes are and whether they need to be maintained at the Vendor invoice document level of at the Vendor level? I maintained the configuration with a dummy value of 12346 and it does not show up in the report. Appreciate your help on this.
Hi Madhu Vutukuri,
Thanks for your question. I suggest that you take a look at the Argentina documentation that is available at https://help.sap.com/viewer/s4h_op_argentina.
If you still cannot run the solution, please open an incident message to SAP, so that experts can evaluate your case in more details. You can do that at the SAP Support Portal, using the FI-LOC-FI-AR application component.
How are you? I followed the documentation provided in the link you sent and was able to configure most of it. However, I am stuck at one place. In the CITI Compras report, we have amounts not coming in Concepts Amount and Exempted Operations Amount. We have 2 Tax Codes V0 and V2. Both the Tax codes use the Transaction Type VST and the Tax percentage is 0%. The requirement is that V0 Gross amount should show up in the Concepts Amount and the V2 Gross Amount should show up in the Exempt Operations Amount. I maintained the Tax Class for V0-VST-TX02 and the Reason for zero VAT as E and V2-VST-TX02 and the reason for zero VAT as N. But still the amounts are not showing up in the Concepts Amount and the Exempted Operations Amount.
Thanks and Regards
Hello, Madhu Vutukuri,
Thank you for your question. I have conferred with our team and in your case, it would be best to open an incident message with SAP so that experts can evaluate your particular situation in more detail.
You can report an incident via the SAP Support Portal, using the FI_LOC_FI_AR application component.
Thank you for the quick response. I did create an incident yesterday. Let us hope the experts will respond.
Excellent documentation. I have couple of follow up questions. The first one is for the Official Document Type 0099. I do not see any documentation on this. This is an Invoice but the code should appear as 099. For Factura we have 001, 006 and011 based on the Alpha selected in the 5th Character. What should be the process for getting 099.
The second question is regarding the PO Invoices. We have a requirement that we have both Invoices (Facturas with 001 for Factura A and 011 for Factura C) and Credit Memos with 003 Code with Credito Nota A. But we only have one Document Type RE for PO Invoice. How can we achieve different Alphabets for the same document Type?
Appreciate your help.
Thanks and Regards