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RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

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Created by Michael C on 2011-06-09 07:52:36 Back to Topics

RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

Hi Ashley, I've asked this question in the Record Structures section but it hasn't been answered - perhaps I had it in the wrong section, so I'm just reposting here - apologies.
 
This question relates to the PAX RM Coupon Brkdwn Record:
Element 21, 23 and 26 (tax billed/accepted/diff) all state that if they are populated with a non-zero value then a Tax breakdown record to is be provided.
However, if the coupon is not rejected for tax, the billed and accepted values will be the same - does this not mean that if a coupon is not rejected for tax reasons, then a coupon tax breakdown record is not required?? Should the rule be that if the "Tax Amount Difference" is a non-zero value, then a tax breakdown record should be provided?
Any clarification would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Michael.
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-07-08 17:15:29
Hi Michael,
 
Please find the answer to your question in the Record Structures discussion board, under the post RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn.
 
Kind regards

From:
Posted: Thursday, June 09, 2011 7:52 AM
Subject: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

Hi Ashley, I've asked this question in the Record Structures section but it hasn't been answered - perhaps I had it in the wrong section, so I'm just reposting here - apologies.
 
This question relates to the PAX RM Coupon Brkdwn Record:
Element 21, 23 and 26 (tax billed/accepted/diff) all state that if they are populated with a non-zero value then a Tax breakdown record to is be provided.
However, if the coupon is not rejected for tax, the billed and accepted values will be the same - does this not mean that if a coupon is not rejected for tax reasons, then a coupon tax breakdown record is not required?? Should the rule be that if the "Tax Amount Difference" is a non-zero value, then a tax breakdown record should be provided?
Any clarification would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Michael.
 
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