Entering Taxes with Jurisdiction Code
The jurisdiction code is a key which (together with the tax code) determines the tax amount and the way in which payment of the total tax amount is divided between different tax authorities. Jurisdiction codes are used in the USA and Brazil.
Jurisdiction codes are made up of multiple levels. They can have three levels, for example:
25 = State code
022 = County code
1105 = City code
In order to post a document using jurisdiction codes, all state codes (highest level) in the document must have the same tax base (net or gross) and the same cash discount base.
On theAdditional Screen for Tax Amounts, you can choose how you want to enter the tax amounts for the jurisdiction codes. You can enter them either:
When you go to enter taxes on the Tax amounts screen, you will always start by entering the area of jurisdiction (state, county or city). On the tab page Details, you can have the system display the entry screen for each state, county, and city code. Once you change amounts on this detail screen, you cannot navigate back to the entry screen for the entire jurisdiction code, but must continue entering the tax amounts per state, county, and city code.
Amount Tx PK Tax base amount Jurisdict.code...
1,100.00 I9 40 1,100.00 250221105...
Amount Tx PK Tax base Jurisdict.code AcctType
550.00 I9 40 1,100.00 250000000 JP1I...
330.00 I9 40 1,100.00 250220000 JP2I...
220.00 I9 40 1,100.00 250221105 JP3I...
You can then specify the tax amounts in the greatest possible detail. After you press enter, the system combines the individual tax details into the entire jurisdiction code. Once you have made entries on the detail screen, the system no longer displays the intermediate tax amounts screen, but only the detail screen.