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Rebate balance

Hi All,

I have a problem with several rebate agreements,X,Y and Z. All of these rebate agreements have been Final Settled, however they all still have an existing balance. how to resolve this issue. Thanks

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2007 at 06:43 PM

    Check with FI consultant if FI JV can address this issue. This could be an temporary solution.

    Ideally it should have worked in standard.

    Regards,

    Rajesh Banka

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2007 at 06:53 PM

    Rebate Settlement:

     The system uses the accumulated amounts in the rebate agreement to create a rebate settlement.

     Status A refers to an open rebate agreement.

     The system generates a rebate credit memo request for the rebate payment amount specified.

     Status B means the rebate is released for settlement.

     Status C means you have actually executed the settlement. The System creates a credit memo request for the accrual amount.

     You can display the sales volume and drill-down in the rebate agreement.

     You can carry out a final settlement for the rebate agreement either:

    >> manually

    >> automatically

    >> in the background (batch programs: RV15C001 and RV15C002)

     Accruals are reversed as soon as the rebate agreement is settled by credit memo.

    <b>Executing manual partial settlements</b>:

    Menu path:

    Logistics &#61614; Sales and Distribution &#61614; Master Data &#61614; Agreements &#61614; Rebate arrangement &#61614; Change

    Enter the agreement number and choose Enter.

    Change the Agreement status field to B.

    Choose Create manual accrual Shift+F12.

    Enter the amount to be paid.

    Save the rebate agreement.

    <b>Viewing settlement documents</b>:

    Menu path:

    Logistics &#61614; Sales and Distribution &#61614; Master Data &#61614; Agreements &#61614; Rebate arrangement &#61614; Display

    Enter the agreement number and choose Enter.

    Choose: Rebate payments &#61614; Rebate documents

    Select Partial settlement.

    Click the Choose button.

    View the credit memo request number.

    <b>Removing the billing block</b>:

    Menu path:

    Logistics &#61614; Sales and Distribution &#61614; Sales &#61614; Order &#61614; Change

    Enter the credit memo request number and choose Enter.

    Choose the Item Overview tab.

    Release the billing block by selecting the blank line (at the end) from the possible entries and save the document.

    <b>Creating a rebate credit memo</b>:

    Menu path:

    Logistics &#61614; Sales and Distribution &#61614; Billing &#61614; Billing document &#61614; Create

    Enter the credit memo request number and choose Execute.

    Save the credit memo document.

    Release the credit memo to accounting.

    Menu path:

    Logistics &#61614; Sales and Distribution &#61614; Billing &#61614; Billing document &#61614; Change

    Enter the billing document number and choose Release To Accounting.

    <b>The accruals are canceled as soon as the rebate agreement is settled in a credit memo</b>.

    Menu path:

    Logistics &#61614; Sales and Distribution &#61614; Master Data &#61614; Agreements &#61614; Rebate arrangement &#61614; Display

    Enter the agreement number and choose Enter.

    Choose Conditions.

    Select the condition line.

    Choose Payment data.

    <b>Checking data</b>:

    Menu path:

    1) Choose: Rebate payments: Sales volume

    2) Choose: Rebate payments &#61614; Rebate documents

    3) Choose: Rebate payments &#61614; Drill-down

    Regards,

    Rajesh Banka

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 05:32 AM

    Did you ever get a answer to your issue as my client is having the same issue,

    Phil Burns.

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