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Purchase Return process after GST

Hi All,

In my client, I am facing an issue with Purchase Return process after GST. The problem is for the INSPECTION LOT rejected material. My client wants to send the rejected material out from the factory by raising a Sale Invoice. As the goods are rejected from Inspection Lot itself, it is not possible to make MIRO for the rejected material.

For the material that is rejected after MIRO is posted, Return PO concept works. But, for this case it will not work.

So, how can we handle this scenario ?

Please, give a possible solution to handle this situation

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4 Answers

  • Dec 11, 2017 at 09:51 AM

    How does GST effect this process?

    Can you really do it for cases where you have no GST involved?

    What actually is the problem? do you get error messages? which?

    And what has a sales invoice to do with a purchase order return? that is in no case of any logic

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    • Former Member

      Dear Jurgen,

      The process which we have adhered for Purchase Return in case of Materials rejected after MIRO is,

      1. Creating Return Purchase Order

      2. Creating Outbound Delivery w.r.t PO

      3. Raising Sales Invoice for the Vendor who is created as Customer by clicking on Returns Vendor tick option in Vendor Master Data.

      But, for Material rejected in MIGO Inspection Lot level this scenario does not work.

      Sale Invoice raising for any material going out from the factory is Client requirement.

  • Dec 11, 2017 at 10:00 AM

    Hi,

    You can follow below process..

    Create return purchase order

    Create return delivery (MIGO - 161 mvt type)

    Create MIRO (Debit memo) and followed by GST invoice print.

    Regards,

    Sundaresan.K

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    • Former Member

      Dear Krishnamoorthy,

      Thanks for the reply.

      But, as I already said Sale Invoice is to be raised as per the client requirement.

  • Dec 11, 2017 at 10:26 AM

    A sales invoice has no logic in this process - if you want it then start your process in SD independent what happened with PO and GR, create a sales order, a delivery and subsequently an invoice.

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    Dec 13, 2017 at 08:38 AM

    Dear Jurgen,

    The client requirement is that when a material is rejected in Quality, as the material is already in the premises it should be sent out only by raising a Sale Invoice. To go directly in Sale route, it would have some effect on the accounting entries.

    Is there any process that can satisfy the client requirement?

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