When there're many items in PO that subjected to VAT the VAT is rounding off to the upper value although it's maintained as commercial in condition type ex: amount is 3,504.77 and VAT is 5% so the amount of VAT is 175.2385 rounded to ~ 175.24 if we assume that there's another item with same amount then 2 rounded VAT are exist with total value of 175.24*2 = 350.48, So in PO rounding is exist in item level then combined to header level unlike MIRO which VAT is calculated first then rounded So always there's difference between amount in PO and MIRO which causes -0.01 variance and posted to rounding account. Is there any solution for this to make both are similar?

Thanks Lakshmipathi for your reply, But I think this note isn't the one I need. Typically my issue is the difference in calculation logic between PO condition ex: VAT and calculation logic of MIRO (Invoice) as I explained above in PO rounding is taking place in the item level but in MIRO is taking place on the total and shows variance between total amount by -0.01

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