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Expenditure in Landed cost!

Hi, evrybody!

Can you teach me about expenditure in landed costs. I raded help file but i don;t clrear. Can you give me an example about it!

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2008 at 07:47 AM

    I believe you are talking about Expenditure in the Details tab of the landed cost screen.

    The Expenditure drop down is used to allocate the cost to the Cost of the Item which will increase the Cost of the Item from FOB to FOB+landed costs

    If you select No, the landed cost is not apportioned to the FOB cost of the Item.


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    • Hi Tien,

      1. Firstly in the details tab when you select yes only then the expenditure tab will be applicable in the Items tab.

      2. You should select the value to determine whether to allocate landed costs for the current Row( Item).

      3. If yes then you will have to choose on which Price list the calculation would be based on in the details tab

      4. Expenditure is always Fixed Cost + Variabel cost ( Which will be greyed out if you are using perpetual Inventory system)

      5. In the Fixed cost column of the costs tab enter the allocation by there are in all 6 choices . You need to choose the choice which is applicable. You can also create new landed cost from this tab.

      6. Once you enter the allocation by and the amount it will be reflecting in the expenditure column of the items tab.

      Also note that no calculations can be done without the FOB price.


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