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MR8M posted to GR/IR instead of the Invoice expense Account

Dear Experts,

MIRO created FI document as follows-

DEBIT- Expense account

CREDIT- Vendor

MR8M (Cancelation of the invoice) created FI -

DEBIT - Vendor

CREDIT- GR/IR Account

Could anyone has any idea why the cancelation of the invoice posted against GR IR and not against the original expense account,

as in the invoice?

Thank you and Regards

Orly

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 10:24 AM

    Hi Orly

    I can see some basic issues in FI Entries...

    while Service Acceptance the Entries will be:

    Consumption / Expense A/C - Dr

    to SR/IR - Cr

    & in MIRO that will be:

    SR/IR - Dr

    to Vendor A/C - Cr

    But as per your post the entries in MIRO:

    Consumption / Expense A/C - Dr

    to Vendor A/C - Cr

    which is quite confusing...

    As far as your issue & query is concerned, the A/C Entries during reverse of MIRO (MR8M) will be:

    Vendor A/C - Dr

    to SR/IR - Cr

    Also, please check if there is any change in OBYC...

    Regards

    ~Vijay

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    • Former Member

      Thank you all seems like there is a solution....

      MR8M posting updates the GR IR since it ment to cancel INVOICE that was posted against GR.

      In this case the INVOICE was not against a GOOD RECEIPT,

      so it should be cancelled via -->MIRO--->SUBSEQUENT CREDIT.

      Thank you all !!

  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 07:37 AM

    HI Orly,

    Please share the Screen shot of "Delivery" tab of your purchase order, or check you maintained GR Valuated!!!

    Thanks & regards,

    Ankur Chauhan

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    • Hi Orly,

      After analyzing your screen shot the MIGO is generated with the amount 4914, & the accounting entries are

      Consumption A/C +

      GR/IR A/C -

      If there is GR/IR A/C is credit at the time of GR than it has to be updated at the time of IR.

      And as per your PO history tab - There is Invoice Receipt of 5616

      I'm sure for which the Accounting entries are

      GR/IR A/C +

      Vendor A/C -

      Than you post a Subsequent entry of 702

      For which may be you post the entries -

      Vendor A/C -

      Consumption A/C +

      the reversal will be subsequently nullifies those entries.

      Please check again your subsequent entries while posting the invoice.

      Thanks & regards,

      Ankur Chauhan

  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 05:45 AM

    Hi,

    Can you share the MIRO posted and MR8M posted screens.

    Also cross check any changes to the PO in ME23N after MIRO posted, for example- GR based IV check box or GR valuated check box!

    Regards,

    Biju K

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 06:18 AM

    Hi Orly,

    For unexpected MR8M postings, there is a KBA (1609927 - MR8M / Credit Memo postings), which explains the posting logic.

    BR, Rosh.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Rosh,

      1609927 deals with the Amount differences in MR8M.

      My question relates to the ACCOUNT differences in MR8M.

      MIRO created a DEBIT posting to the expense account,

      MR8M created a CREDIT posting to the GR IR insted of the same expense account as in MIRO.

      Thank you for the quick reply,

      Orly

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