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I have created a PO for imported material .

Suppose PO is for 100 qty and amount is 5000 USD .

Now first received invoice of Import vendor and directly entered in FI and given payment for that .

Now goods arrived and done MIGO .

Now there will be no invoice verification (MIRO) done because its invoiced in FI and payment already done .

So any problem in this scenario ?

Without doing MIRO whether the PO will be opened everytime ?

Or any risk in doing this way ?

Please explain .

regards

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 12:47 PM

    Dear PVS,

    In the SAP System, the goods receipt and invoice receipt are managed using a GR/IR clearing account. Either the goods receipt or the invoice receipt for a purchase order can be entered first.

    Nothing Wrong with that, an generally in Import Procurement, the IR come first than Follow by GR.

    Purchaser or MIRO PIC can check which PO is still open, using ME2N with selection parameter RECHNUNG

    Regards,

    w1n

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    • Former Member PV S

      Dear PVS,

      In MM side , the PO will still open for invocing purpose because you never done MIRO.Because the PO is come from MM (not like standard AP that can be paid directly from FI), so we need to invoice it in MIRO than clear it in FI.So all the history can be track easily for the PO.Also You should concern about GR/IR account since this is standard from SAP.

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