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Which module is responsible for non-cash payments such as presents for employees in a company?

Sep 27, 2017 at 08:08 AM

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I want to make a posting(transaction) of presents to FI that many employees in our company received, but I am not sure from which module it should be done. Any suggestions?

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Jürgen L
Sep 27, 2017 at 09:55 AM
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From where do they get the presents?

How would you know a value?

What exactly do you want to post?

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company gave them as a present for March 8-women's day. I know the values of the presents but want to know from which module to post it to FI. Should I do it in similar way as I do for payroll or compensations and post it from hr?

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Jürgen L company gave them as a present for March 8-women's day. I know the values of the presents but want to know from which module to post it to FI. Should I do it in similar way as I do for payroll or compensations and post it from hr(payroll)? Or should I do it from other module?

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Hi,

I am moderator of the tag SAP ERP, and my main purpose for my questions were to find out to which area your question belongs. I certainly understood that you did not know this as you asked yourself about "which module" , but without having detailed information it is hard to make a suggestion, and also not possible for me to move (re-tag) your question to the right audience.

Unfortunately it is still not enough information.

See if you are a flower shop, then you would probably have your flowers in stock and would like to issue them, this would be the MM module.

If you need to show presents in payroll for the taxable income then it would HR or HCM module , also the country would then be a needed information as it might be a legal requirement.

If you just buy flowers then you have costs, which could be posted directly in FI.

What is actually the purpose of posting those gifts?

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This largely depends on the country legislation and I believe it is not you as a consultant or the community members to provide the right approach.

Usually companies have accountants and layers, who are expected to know how exactly these gifts should be treated. If you do not have people in the company that could point you in the right direction, there are legal advisers, who could provide the information (for a fee, of course).

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Jürgen L So, my company gave it's female employees presents for 8th of March(women's day). The values of these presents is known. The income tax and VAT are paid by the company. Consequently, the company deposits the amount of VAT and income tax to the employee's debit account and then this amount is withdrawn. My goal is to make a massive posting to FI and want to find out by the standards of SAP which module is responsible for such postings.

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Eli Klovski
Sep 28, 2017 at 03:16 PM
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Hi,

Referring to your last comment, I'm still puzzled what your question is. It depends what kind of configuration you have at your client's site. Do you have HCM modules? If 'yes' - it's one thing, if not - another. If you don't manage personnel costs in dedicated module, then your posting is to be done directly in FI. If your question refers to the way these postings are to be reflected in your GL books, then it's a question for an accountant, actually.

Regards,

Eli

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Hello Eli Klovski ,

The company(actually they are not my clients as I'm working in the company in the SAP implementing group) that I'm talking about does have HCM module.

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So, normally, the inscription should start from there and integrated in FI following customized flows.

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what procedure are you implying by customized flow? Also the company has to deposit the income tax and VAT to the employee's debit account and then this amount should be withdrawn. How should this be done in HR module?

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