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Created by Michael C on 2011-04-26 11:44:12 Back to Topics

RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

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 Michael C on 2011-05-10 06:21:36
Hi there, can you please provide some clarification on this?
 
Many thanks,
Michael.



From:
Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:44 AM
Subject: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

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 Michael C on 2011-05-27 06:54:23
Hi there, can you please advise on this one?

Many thanks,
Michael.
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-06-20 17:08:56
Dear Michael,
 
If there is a tax difference in the rejection, then a tax breakdown record is mandatory.

Best regards

From:
Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:44 AM
Subject: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

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 17:13:19
Dear Michael,
 
As a further clarification to your question, in the case that the coupon is not rejected for tax, then you will not need to specify these values.
 
But if these values are specified, then a tax breakdown record is required even if the Tax Amount Difference is zero.
 
Hope this clarifies.
Best regards

From:
Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:44 AM
Subject: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

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 Konda R (Qantas) on 2012-02-03 17:59:33
Hi Ashley
 
Can I ask a further clarification. 
 
So far you have stated, that if a coupon is not rejected for tax, then we do not have to specifiy the  values in element 21 (tax  amount billed), 23 (tax amount accepeted) and 25 (tax amount difference) of the RM Coupon breakdown (SFI32), and no tax breakdown (SFI41) is required.
 
In this case (coupon not rejected for tax), how should the rejection memo record (SFI21) elements 26 (total tax billed) 28 (total tax accepted) and 30 (total tax difference) be populated? 
 
I assume we do not specify these values also, otherwise we would have to specify the values on the RM Coupon breakdown (SFI32) and therefore have to provide a tax breakdown (SFI41).
 
 
Thanks
Konda/QF


From:
Posted: 7/8/2011 5:13 PM
Subject: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

Dear Michael,
 
As a further clarification to your question, in the case that the coupon is not rejected for tax, then you will not need to specify these values.
 
But if these values are specified, then a tax breakdown record is required even if the Tax Amount Difference is zero.
 
Hope this clarifies.
Best regards

From:
Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:44 AM
Subject: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

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 2012-02-14 09:20:34

Hi Konda,

 

That is correct. If you are rejecting a coupon for a value other than tax and you are accepting the entire tax, then you need not mention the tax amounts. If you populate these fields then you will need to populate the Tax breakdown fields too.

 

Hope that clarifies.

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

From: Reddy Konda
Posted At: February-03-12 6:00 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Record Structures
Conversation: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn
Subject: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

 

Hi Ashley

 

Can I ask a further clarification. 

 

So far you have stated, that if a coupon is not rejected for tax, then we do not have to specifiy the  values in element 21 (tax  amount billed), 23 (tax amount accepeted) and 25 (tax amount difference) of the RM Coupon breakdown (SFI32), and no tax breakdown (SFI41) is required.
 

In this case (coupon not rejected for tax), how should the rejection memo record (SFI21) elements 26 (total tax billed) 28 (total tax accepted) and 30 (total tax difference) be populated? 

 

I assume we do not specify these values also, otherwise we would have to specify the values on the RM Coupon breakdown (SFI32) and therefore have to provide a tax breakdown (SFI41).

 

 

Thanks

Konda/QF


From:
Posted: 7/8/2011 5:13 PM
Subject: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

Dear Michael,

 

As a further clarification to your question, in the case that the coupon is not rejected for tax, then you will not need to specify these values.

 

But if these values are specified, then a tax breakdown record is required even if the Tax Amount Difference is zero.

 

Hope this clarifies.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:44 AM
Subject: RM Coupon Tax Brkdwn

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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