In India as per recent law change, From 1st Oct 2020 onwards, TCS (tax collected at source) will be applicable for all the goods after the total transaction with a supplier exceeds 50Lakh (5 000 000 INR). The tax codes relevant for TCS are available in the system for example Tax Code 593 - Domestic Sale Interstate - IGST + TCS ( Calc. incl. GST ) and Tax Code 594 - Domestic Sale Intrastate - CGST + SGST + TCS ( Calc. incl. GST ).
However, the system does not automatically determine the respective TCS relevant Tax Code when the total transaction with a supplier exceeds 50Lakh.
SAP Business ByDesign
The TCS relevant Tax Code will not be automatically determined by the tax engine in a transactional document such as a sales order since the accumulation capabilities in the Tax Engine are currently not available in SAP Business ByDesign.
You can manually select the TCS relevant Tax Code in your Sales Document.
You can also manually check the auto determine TCS relevant tax codes for an account when you notice that the account has exceeded 50Lakh.
- Go to the Account Management work center.
- Select the Accounts view.
- Open the respective Account.
- Navigate to the Financial Data tab and the Tax Data sub tab.
- You can see the check box TCS relevant.
If you manually check the TCS Relevant check box in the account master data, on all subsequent invoices with the same account the TCS relevant tax code is auto determined by default once you observe that 50 lakh warning is being displayed.
Help Center Document: Tax Code Determination for Tax Collected At Source (TCS) – India
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