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Year end Bonus as Down payment for next year.

Hi Gurus,

We have a scenario where in Bonus accumulated at end of year will be used as Downpayment for next year. So, we wont pay bonus to Customer. And in next year create Sales Order from Bonus accumulated from previous year.

Would be great if anyone could share a similar experience. How would it be possible to transfer Bonus accumulated to Down payment special ledger?

Thanks,

Absi

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 08:36 AM

    What do you mean by Bonus here ? Sales incentive ? Discount ? You need to enlighten more about this.

    Also, you should be aware of standard down payment functionality. First you need to post that amount to customer account via F-29 and try doing the subsequent process. Share here if you face any issue

    G. Lakshmipathi

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      Hi Lakshmipathi,

      thanks for feedback!

      I am aware of SAP condition based (AZWA / B) down payment F-29. Have also set it up. We also have a custom solution where Customer can pay upfront for a year (say 5 million INR) via a dummy order and throughout the year make sales order till down payment lasts.

      But now we have a requirement where the Bonus collected at end of year should be considered as Advance payment. By Bonus I meant Sales Incentive (i.e. rebate). At the end of year when Rebate / Bonus document is created. The Rebate amount is not paid to customer but should be considered as Advance payment for next year. In this case in new year Customer wont pay till the rebate amount from previous year lasts.

      Is there any SAP solution for this scenario? I tried to look in SDN but I could locate a a solutoin.

      It is possible for me to use the custom solution by making a dummy sales order but I am still looking at how to transfer Accumulated bonus to Down payment (special GL "A").

      Would be great if you could share any info on above.

      Thanks,

      Absi

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