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Cash management-Memo records

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Please clarify what is memo record , payment advice in Cash management.

and what is its usage for the purpose of Planning. I have not understood from documentation /help given in SAP.

What is planning in CM.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:03 AM

    Hi,

    Memo records is used for planning purpose. These are used in case of exceptional cases. Suppose next month the company as to pay an amount of Rs.50 lakhs towards taxes then this can be entered in the memo record in the next month. This memo record created is updated in the Cash management report - FF7A and FF7B. Thus when we see next months figures this will show the cash position and liquidity planning.

    This memo record can be created by using T.code - FF63.

    Cash management report can itself be said as a planning and forecasting report. Many of the details to the Cash management report flows from actual data like purchase orders, Invoices, payments and down payments. Some of the data flows from planning by memo records

    Hope it is useful

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    V.Krishnan

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      Hi

      For getting the Expiration date in the Memo record you have to do the following configuration.

      IMG Path - Cash Management - Structuring - Manual Planning - Define Planning types - You should tick the Auto Expir check box.

      Hope it is useful.

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      V.Krishnan

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