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why is different between consumption and spare part material Amount in Accounting?

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in Accounting document there is different

l found the standard price was changed in the last . it was changing from 850,000 to 1000

i don't know why is different between consumption and spare part material Amount Accounting??? please help me . how can I solve it?

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    Posted on May 12, 2014 at 06:14 AM

    Hi,

    As per your screenshot, I could guess that; on 21st October, the material valuation price was 850,000 and the actual valuation price when posting the document was 1000 and the document was posted with previous posting date. In this case, the Gain / Loss account (transaction key: UMB) will be hit.

    Refer the note: 212286 - Overview note: Valuation during goods movements which explains the valuation logic under "Revaluation postings:"

    Regards,

    AKPT

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  • Posted on May 12, 2014 at 06:04 AM

    Bring your analysis into a timely sequence, this makes it easier to see the root cause.

    If you are wondering about account values, then you should not look at movements only (MB51), use MR51 instead, this gives you a better picture what happened when.

    I think your price change was done with a previous period. This changes the price in the previous period only, but does not change the price in the current period.

    (you would have to change the price in MR21 for both periods, previous and current period to get a new price in the current period too)

    Your material was just worth 1000 in the previous period, but 849500 in the current period.

    If you issue it in the previous period, then you consume it with the value of the previous period (1000), but at the same time the value of the current period has to be adjusted too since the stock is gone, and this is actually your gain/loss of 849500

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    Posted on May 12, 2014 at 06:21 AM

    Hi,

    Your material price control is "V" that is moving average price.

    This might be effect of costing run which had effected the std price change in material master.

    Actual MAP price of material is 1000, and accounting entries are correct as the difference it is getting hit to gain or loss account.

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    • Former Member ali khojaloo

      I was just correcting you that the change does not happened to std cost , but for MAP.

      Where you mention in your first reply that "l found the standard price was changed in the last . it was changing from 850,000 to 1000". in-fact it is very big amount.

      If need you take help FI consultant to have a change nullify as per the posting value.

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