Thursday, December 24, 2015

How to Implement Swachh Bharat Cess on Service Tax in Microsoft Dynamics NAV



implement swachh bharat cess service tax setup microsoft dynamics nav

To provide a boost to clean India initiative, the government has imposed Swacch Bharat Cess on Service Tax of 0.5% on all services liable for the service tax, which has been applicable from 15th Nov, 2015.

The changes will be required in the tax calculation structure in the versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV which are running in the market.
No patch has been provided by Microsoft for the NAV 2009 R2 and the older versions. However, the patch for NAV IN Versions will be tentatively available to you on the following dates:
  • NAV 2013 R2:  22nd Jan 2016
  • NAV 2013:        01st Feb 2016

To customize the changes yourself in NAV, specially in LS Retail module, the following steps need to be followed:

  • Insert a new record in the G/L account table as 'Service Tax Swachh Bharat Cess' and maintain the other fields as same as other Services Tax like ECess and SHECess, etc.
  • Create new fields in the tables like Service Tax Setup, Service Tax Entry, Transaction Header, Trans. Sales Entry, and other relevant tables where the Service Tax data has been maintained and also similarly make the changes in the forms related to the tables.



  • Keep the percentage of Swachh Bharat Cess field as 0.5% in the Service Tax Setup table.
  • Now the fun part, write the code in the POS Post Utility to calculate the Swachh Bharat Cess fetched from the field in Service tax setup and store it in a new variable and use the variable to flow the calculated tax amounts to the tables where the tax amounts are stored.
  • Similarly, write a code in POS Print Utility to print the Swachh Bharat Cess with other taxes which are printed in the Final Receipt (also Pre-Receipt in case of Hospitality store).

Read the following article in the link to get to know the amazing feature of NAV 2013 R2 and Microsoft Excel 2013:



Suggestions, comments and questions are most welcome!

2 comments:

  1. Dear sir,
    Please send code for nav 2009r2.what code we will write for
    Sb cess .it will work or not as a reverse charge .

    Thanks in advance
    Monto

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  2. Dear Reader,

    When the Amount field of POS Trans. Line is Validated from EPOS Main, the code can be added in Amount – OnValidate() trigger of POS Trans. Line as shown below:

    “Service Tax SBCess Amount” := RoundServiceTaxAmount(((“Service Tax Amount” * “Service Tax SBCess %” ) / 100));

    The Service Tax SBCess% is to added in Service Tax Setup Table. It will also work as a reverse charge as it is a part of Service Tax Setup.

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