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2line items in accounting after billing

hi,

after releasing billing to accounting.

2 line items generating for sales revenue account.

eg:

Sales revenue a/c,- 101010 - 5000.00

Tax a/c-------198.50

Sales revenue a/c,-

101010 -


0.50

here the price difference is 0.50 paise , for this difference its not including in revenue account but generating in a seperate line item.

as per client req- it shouldnt generate one more line item,but should include in sales a/c.

please let me know.

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  • Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 08:04 AM

    hi

    first check your pricing procedure, in that you will see one rounding off condition, check which account key is against that condition type.

    Then in VKOA , see which G/L account is assigned against that account key- it should be revenue account.

    So all your difference is going to revenue account, in a way it is correct, because rounding off will adjust the revenue.

    Please revert with your feedback

    Regards

    Jitesh

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 08:37 AM

    Hi,

    I think 0.50 paise would because of rounding off and should account against sales deduction.

    Just check whether in your pricing procedure against your rounding off condition type, what is the account key which is attached. Is it ERL or ERS ? I think it should be ERS, and you must have assigned ERL.

    Now go to VKOA and check whether your rounding off account key is same or different to your actual sales revenue account key.

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    Regards

    Ravi

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  • Posted on Jan 17, 2009 at 08:51 AM

    DIFF COND TYPE MAINTAINED TO POST

    IN PRICE DIFF ACCOUNT

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