Use Tax on Oracle EBS Inventory Transactions

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Are you using Oracle EBS Inventory? Do you struggle to determine and accrue the Consumers Use tax liability that is due on inventory removal transactions and transfers to other locations? If so, we may have a solution for you.
If you are reading this blog, you probably already know that Oracle EBS does not support tax calculation for Inventory transactions. Here at Perficient, we have a tax solution using Vertex O Series to calculate tax on transactions. The tax calculation process is initiated by running a concurrent program inside of Oracle EBS. It can be run in preview mode, so you can run the process and review the results prior to calculating taxes and writing the results to Vertex. The solution includes a separate process to interface tax accruals to Oracle General Ledger. We have also developed a process to interface the applicable Use tax accrual expenses to Oracle Project costing.
Below is one of the sample Reports.

Sample Report If you need a tax solution for Inventory movements, please contact us. We would be happy to work with you to solve your Inventory tax issues.

About the Author

Hollis is a Business Consultant with 20 years of experience with Oracle Applications spanning from release 11 to the current R12 integrated E-Business Suite. Hollis has 7 years’ experience specialized in implementations and upgrades for projects which integrate Oracle E-Business suite with Vertex’s O Series Sales and Use Tax system. This includes projects for the U.S., Canada, and EMEA. Hollis has also implemented Oracle EBTax for the US, Canada, and Europe.

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