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incoming payments

Dear sir.

Help me explain the differences between the function "clear" and "incoming payments", and give examples

If my customer pays me by tranffer method, I must to enter what transaction ? and by cash, I can enter F-28 ?

What is document parking? give me example

Thank you very much



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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 02:54 AM


    Incomening payment is the payment which you recevied from the customer.

    Clearing means when you recevied the payment from the customer the you have to clear that incoming payment against invoice.If you are not clear paymet system showing the same amount as open item.

    When you going to post any document but if you are not sure about its posting or you are not authorised to post doc in that case you can park th document.

    Park document means your document is save in the system but it is not post to any G/L account.

    If above inf ometion useful pla assign points



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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 03:16 AM

    You need to understand the accounting behind this.

    In a scenario where you sell something to a customer, you will send an invoice to him. T-code: FB70. The accounting entry is:

    Dr Customer

    Cr Sales

    Them the customer will pay you, which you record in the system by posting an incoming payment. T-code: F-28. The accounting entry for this is:

    Dr Bank

    Cr Customer

    Now, the Debit and Credit to Customer account is cleared using a variety of clearing methods. One of those is t-code: F.13. Until these are postings are cleared, they will remain as open items.

    Document Parking is a functionality in SAP using which you can save incomplete documents. When you park a document none of the transaction figures are updated. But the document number is assigned to this document, using which you can retrieve the parked document, complete it and then post it.

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