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I am end user in SAP S4 HANA 1709. We did P.O. then MIGO and MIRO Subsequently in the year 2019 for 600 QTY @ 2155.44 . Later the same vendor produced/ raised Debit Note on us for rate Difference Amount. Hence we did make entry through MIRO __Subsequent Debit Route and Below enclosed entry triggered.

Vendor A/C CR....... 10000.00 INR

GR/IR A/C DR....... 9000.00 INR

GST A/C DR. 1000.00 INR

I require Solution for the same regarding how to Clear balance stand out in GR/ IR A/C.



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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2020 at 08:47 PM


    Please check what SAP s saying below.

    Account Movements When Subsequent Debits/Credits Are Posted

    The account postings for a subsequent debit/credit depend on the quantity that the subsequent debit/credit applies to:

    • If the quantity of the subsequent debit/credit is smaller than or the same as the quantity delivered, the system tries to post the subsequent debit/credit to the stock account. If the material is valuated with a standard price or if there is insufficient stock coverage for the quantity to be debited or credited, the amount is posted to a price difference account.
    • If the quantity of the subsequent debit/credit is larger than the quantity delivered, the system distributes the relevant amount proportionally. The part of the subsequent debit/credit that does not have a goods receipt is posted to the GR/IR clearing account. The remaining amount is posted to the stock account – or in the case of standard price control or insufficient stock coverage – to a price difference account.

    Also, you can go through the below SAP note for more details.

    1789924 - Subsequent Debit/Credit Posting Logic



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