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KB15N - CO and FI/CO dont match

After a KB15N entries are entered, it auto generates an entry in FI/CO via a GL account. Noted that some cost allocation in CO was not captured in FI/CO. Can I know the possible cause of this?

Also, is there a financial impact to the monthly financial reporting for this difference noted? (In other words, where does the monthly balance sheet and profit & loss pull data from? FI/CO and/or CO?)

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  • Posted on Aug 02, 2020 at 12:02 PM

    I have used this tcode when i was working as an end-user,

    KB15N - is used for manual cost center allocation in most of the case when you miss to allocate the cost center allocation, Instead of gl account i have used secondary cost element to allocate the amount and nullify the cost center balance monthly so that the cost will settle to it's attached segment or to the cost object.

    The reason why it is not showing the output is you have missed something,this is a sensitive tcode,if the cost split to the cost object or business unit both you have to calculate and bifurcate the cost among them with there respective cost element and settlement rule,

    1. Make sure the doc date and posting date it should be the last month of closing period.

    2.If you found that you have made mistake during manual allocation just copy the document that you have posted and reverse the same in KB15N.

    3.Instead of making the things complicated by checking the whole balance sheet and p&l report (s_alr_87012284) just check the cost center balance report (s_alr_87013611),

    I hope this will help you.

    Thanks

    Rishabh singh :)

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