Incorrect Jurisdiction Code in Purchase Order

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I have a purchase order created using ME21N. The jurisdiction code in the 'Invoice' tab is based in Illinois. We deliver the good to California (CA). In the 'Delivery Address' tab, the jurisdiction code is based in CA which is correct. However why is Illinois juris-code showing up in the 'Invoice' tab ? By right, both should be CA juris code. Tax is calculated based on Illinois which is wrong. Is this configuration problem in Taxware or AP ? It seems the 'Invoice' tab juris-code is pick up on vendor. Don't think a customize program can help this out. Pls provide insights. Am on version 46B. Thank you.

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Jurisdiction code on invoice tab comes from juridiction code on your plant in configuration. Check it in the IMG.

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  • Joycesvp
    I thought the juris-code in 'Invoice' tab should come from plant instead of vendor. However, the plant juris-code refers to MA in the plant definition in IMG. I am puzzled. Thank you for your reply.
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