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IO settlement with multiple characteristics

Hi All,

I have a requirement that discount amount will be captured in FI books along with IO. Now i want to settle this IO to PA segment with multiple customers, Material codes, DIVision, D.c etc..

Ex:Discount amount:10,000 and IO NO:AAAA-FI

Need COPA: Rs1000-Customer 1, Divsion 10, DC: 10 Material code:X1 (Amount Segregation manually)

Rs 2000 Customer2, division 20 DC: 10 Material code X2

Rs 4000 Customer 3, division 30 Dc: 20 material code: x3

Rs 3000 Customer 4, Division 40, DC:30 Material code:x4

How to make settlement rule and settlement will be done on reguular basis... plz suggest

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  • Posted on May 08, 2014 at 05:58 AM

    Hi,

    You have multiple options

    1. Option 1: - Create 4 settlement rules with PSG as the Receiver and maintain the respective chars in each Der rule

    Limitation: Useful if you want to settle each month to teh same set of Chars

    2. Option 2:- Settle the IO to a CC and allocate from CC to COPA using KEU5 (Assessmen cycle)

    Benefit: You can specify a range of receivers in the assessment cycle and you can allocate based on Sales Revenue / Sales Qty etc

    This is more flexible than option 1

    3. Option 3 - Settle the IO to one PSG in COPA and do Top Down Distribution from there

    Limitation: Not so use friendly and bit complex

    My suggestion go with 1 or 2, depending on business case

    Br. Ajay M


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    • Hi SAP FICO

      Since are new to SCN, let me tell you how to close an issue

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