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Tax billing at rejection stage

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Created by Shankar S on 2011-08-28 02:44:11 Back to Topics

Tax billing at rejection stage

Hi
 
During Pilot testing noticed that Carrier A has billed Carrier B following taxes at prime billing stage : JD and QV. Carrier B rejected both the tax codes for excess billing. Carrier A comes back at second rejection stage and this time carrier A bills three tax codes which are JD, QV and IT. Carrier B finds all three tax codes are valid tax codes.
 
Since tax code IT was not billed originally will  tax code IT be considered as supplementary tax billing when it was included at 2nd rejection stage. If yes then a check needs to be built in IS system. 
 
Shankar  
Replied by Kirk P on 2011-08-29 23:46:35
Hi Shankar,
 
SIS will only validate if the tax codes in the rejection memo are valid. It will not do a check if all the taxes included in the rejection memo were part of the original billing.
 
Such validation intelligence will need to be built in the carrier's revenue accounting system rather than in SIS.


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Posted: Sunday, August 28, 2011 2:44 AM
Subject: Tax billing at rejection stage

Hi
 
During Pilot testing noticed that Carrier A has billed Carrier B following taxes at prime billing stage : JD and QV. Carrier B rejected both the tax codes for excess billing. Carrier A comes back at second rejection stage and this time carrier A bills three tax codes which are JD, QV and IT. Carrier B finds all three tax codes are valid tax codes.
 
Since tax code IT was not billed originally will  tax code IT be considered as supplementary tax billing when it was included at 2nd rejection stage. If yes then a check needs to be built in IS system. 
 
Shankar  
 
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