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Credit management issue - delaying receivable amount.

HI All

Kindly go through the requirement mentioned below:

For eg. once I save billing, customer got debited with Rs.1200/- . Out of that Rs.1000 is the material price and Rs.200 is tax amount.

Here customer requirement is that Rs.200/- should not appear while Credit Check in the customer receivables immediately, instead it should add to the receivables only after 45 days.

How can this be achieved?

Kindly advise.

Thanks in Advance.

Kunalesh.

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  • Posted on Dec 31, 2014 at 08:16 AM

    Hi,

    For the above requirement have a discussion with your FI consultant.

    Regards,

    SRK

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2015 at 03:28 PM

    Hi

    The net amount (1000) we can show in receivables,by changing the sub total value"A" in pricing procedure.

    The subtotal value " A" we need to put before the tax condition types in pricing procedure.

    If you can share your pricing procedure screenshot i can explain more on this.

    Please explain in detail about the tax amount adding in the receivables after 45 days

    Thanks,

    Anil.G

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    • The sub total 'A" decides the value for credit management. As suggested by anil, that may be an option.

      But the issue is after 45 days it should consider the tax also.

      Involve FI guys as suggested by SD.

      This one looks very interesting. Please keep posting the status.

      Thanks

      Jobi

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