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Hello SAP Prof,

1.What is diff b/w SKTV and SKT0 (cash discount). What is the use .

What setting we have to done to apply condition type SKTV (cash discount before Tax)and SKTO ( cash Discount after tax)in a single sales order.

2.what is the difference in condition type HD00 and KF00.

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi,

<b>SKTO & SKTV</b>

SKTVcash discount before Tax

SKTO cash Discount after tax

SKTV & SKTO are intended for cash discounts. Cash discount percentage comes from payment terms. Effect of cash discount on taxation base and receivables entry comes from company code.

If discount base amount is net value then the requirement (14) for SKTV is satisfied and the expected cash discount is deducted before tax is calculated (CBV 2)

If discount base amount is gross value then the requirement (9) for SKTO is satisfied and invoice value and tax is gross of cash discount. If then the tax base is net value then expected cash discount is calculated based on the net value without tax (CBV 11).

Refer to help in the company code config for more details and look at pricing procedure to see how calculations are done.

<b>Note:</b>

Ensure that all item which are in sale order are marked with cash discount

ie., In material master----> In sale org 1 view the cash discount tick should be there

HD00:

This is header discount. normally all cond types are item condition but few condition are header discount, means u can give is discount to the whole document not each line item

KF00:

It is the item condition, opposite to HD00. The freight cahrges is for each line item

hope this helps u

regards,

Arunprasad

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