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Different Costing Sheets

Hi All.,

My client have 4 companies, where we created 4 company codes. Amoung the four only 1 company have the Production activities, and rest of the company procure from this company and sell it to their customers (Intercompany).

Company one have the both the internal customers and external (Own). I 've defined a costing sheet for the company one with costing with COGS.

Now i've to create for the remaining 3 companies, where there wont be any production activities.

For the 3 companies the client wants to have costing sheets only for Admin, Sales, Transportation & Distribution Overheads.

Where usually we take the base of COGM to calculate the OH of Admin & Sales. But in this case i dont have the COGM, for the 3 companies. I will have only the Procurement Cost from company 1.

So, how can and what i should take as the basis for calculating the OH for 3 companies.

Waiting for the Valueble Suggestions.

Thanks In Advance...

Raja

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    Former Member
    Aug 22, 2007 at 10:16 AM

    Hi

    You can use costing sheet for a cost center and get the COGS GL account to this cost center for the company codes where you purchase from other company code.

    Anand

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi

      The Cost centers are at the Company code level only, as you have different company it is possible. You only need to direct the receiving company code's COGS to the appropriate cost center. For this may be you can use OKB9 settings. You need to assign the costing sheet to the respective cost center.

      Anand

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    Former Member
    Aug 22, 2007 at 12:06 PM

    Hi

    As mentioned by you in 3 company codes their is no production it is only a Marketing activity.

    Costing sheet is used for cost involed in production process. Even if Cost sheet is configured how is that you want the material to be valued.

    What I suggest take help of SD and create a condition type with condition category "G" cost. make this condition type as statistical.

    In CO-PA you build the costing by assing this condition type to a value filed and try to arrive the Cost of the material using the Cost of purchase of the material and add overheads as per client requirements.

    Thanks

    Colin Thomas

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