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Surch cond in Fr clearing a/c

Basic Price-PB00 R 100/-

Packing-PK01 Rs 10/- (This is a surcharge condition which has been created to calculate Excise on Rs 110)

Now at GR I want the following entries:

Mat A/c 110

GR/IR Clearing A/c -100

Freight Clearing A/c -10

For surcharge condition I want that PK01 should be covered in Freight clearing and should not be covered in GR/IR Clearing.

What shall I do?

regards

VS

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2007 at 04:08 PM

    make that condition as accrula condition and then assing the A/c key and accrual key in the pricing procedure then it will work as freight

    the best way to work with this

    copy the appropriate freight condition to your new condition adn then assign in the pricing after tax condition along with accrual key and a/c key

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2007 at 05:11 PM

    If I will assign accruals then it will not work as a surcharge (as packing has been created as a surcharge which has been created to calculate Excise on Rs 110 and not on Rs 100)

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    • Former Member

      Then you have to think some other solution because the moment you say it is not accrual then you can't post tp the Freight clearing account

      try one more thing create the condition w/o accrual and then assign Account key

      only (no accrual) and enter the condition in pricing before your excise condition and check that you get diff line in accouting doc or not?

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 11:56 AM

    Hi Vs,

    donot make the condition as accrual only give the account key to that condition type. ur problem will be solved.

    Regards

    AAP

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