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RM Cpn Tax brkdwn Record

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Created by Konda R (Qantas) on 2011-07-26 00:02:31 Back to Topics

RM Cpn Tax brkdwn Record

If 5 taxes are billed, and we want to reject billing for 3 taxes,  on the RM Cpn Tax brkdwn Record do we have to list all 5 taxes originally billed or just the 3 taxes we are rejecting? 
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-08-04 09:35:56
Dear Konda,
 
You need only to include the taxes you are rejecting - so in this case 3.
 
Best regards
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Posted: Tuesday, July 26, 2011 12:02 AM
Subject: RM Cpn Tax brkdwn Record

If 5 taxes are billed, and we want to reject billing for 3 taxes,  on the RM Cpn Tax brkdwn Record do we have to list all 5 taxes originally billed or just the 3 taxes we are rejecting? 
Replied by Benjamin R (Lufthansa) on 2011-08-08 08:05:47
Hi Ashley,
 
Your statement is in contradiction with RAM and ISPG.
Each tax code which was billed on prime stage and accepted on a subsequent rejection stage needs to be reported to the other party as being accepted.
If you report only those taxes which shall be rejected, the rejection itself is mathematically incorrect as shown in Option 2 of attached file and latest on 2nd rejection stage the actual amount(s) which have been settled up to that very stage are incomprehensible.
ISPG reads that the reporting mechanism under SIS shall show "at each stage the exact amount which is being billed and accepted without having to check the audit trail of previous billings". This is guaranteed only when you provide on each stage the rejected as well as the accepted amounts as shown in Option 1 of attached file.
Additionally RAM A10, 2.3.5 stipulates "The billed and accepted amounts by the two letter tax codes shall be shown on the rejection memo."
 
Please reconsider this again.
 
Thanks. Benjamin (LH)

From:
Posted: Thursday, August 04, 2011 9:35 AM
Subject: RM Cpn Tax brkdwn Record

Dear Konda,
 
You need only to include the taxes you are rejecting - so in this case 3.
 
Best regards
From:
Posted: Tuesday, July 26, 2011 12:02 AM
Subject: RM Cpn Tax brkdwn Record

If 5 taxes are billed, and we want to reject billing for 3 taxes,  on the RM Cpn Tax brkdwn Record do we have to list all 5 taxes originally billed or just the 3 taxes we are rejecting? 
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-08-09 09:48:29

Hi Benjamin,

 

My apologies for the confusion in my previous reply. You are correct and the RAM A10, Chapter 2.3.5 holds – so in response to Konda’s question all 5 taxes shall be reported on the RM.

 

Kind regards,

Ashley

Replied by Konda R (Qantas) on 2011-08-09 18:19:47

Hi

sorry, I don't agree.

RAM A10, Chapter 2.3.5 simply requires we specify billed and accepted tax amounts by two letter codes.

The question is whether we have to specify all taxes billed originally or just the disputed taxes.

Some of the questions that arise are:

1) What about rejection of a coupon for fare but not tax, would you provide complete tax details even though you are not disputing the tax?

In another, SIS Forum item, it was advised that where we are not disputing tax, we are not required to specify the tax values in the PAX RM Coupon Brkdwn Record Element 21, 23 and 25 (tax billed/accepted/diff) and therefore provide a RM Coupon Tax brkdwn record.

2) Do we have to maintain complete tax details for a coupon through all rejection stages?

Konda/QF 

 


From:
Posted: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 9:48 AM
Subject: RM Cpn Tax brkdwn Record

Hi Benjamin,

 

My apologies for the confusion in my previous reply. You are correct and the RAM A10, Chapter 2.3.5 holds – so in response to Konda’s question all 5 taxes shall be reported on the RM.

 

Kind regards,

Ashley

 
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