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Mapping of Expenses Items & Advance Tax into cash management

HI Guys.

I need your help to map these item into cash & liquidity management report.

Operating Payments

Salary

Reimbursements

PF

Duties / Taxes

Advance Tax

Inter company - funding.

Client want to see the forecasting of al these things.

For example, the client make salary payment or advance payment on a certain date but, they know retty well before that there will be cash outflow in future on certain date for Salary/ Advance tax.

How can we MAP all these into the reports.

Shall I make Planning Levels for each one. If so Shall I assign into the GL master with Planning Group. If so how I can generate the forecasting on the same.

Please provide your inputs

Thanks..

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 06:55 AM

    Hi Anil,

    Cash management and liquidity forecast reports are deriving its data mainly from Balance sheet items (Bank account/Bank clearing accounts) or Customer/vendor masterdata, as well as integration with other module such as SD (sales order), MM(requisition/PO), TRM (transaction) etc but not from actual spent P & L accounts automatically.

    From my experience If the occurrence of these items are not that frequent, you can use a memo record together with creating new planning levels for each one and include into CM report.

    If they are looking at deriving such information into Cash planning report, you need to look beyond the Cash management report but Liquidity forecast Actual report in SAP.

    Hope that this helps

    Taro

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