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Incoming payment problem

Hi expert,

Now i have issue in my project about incoming payment. In detail:

When you sell good to distributor and issue invoice. After that you get money from distributor. But they never pay you base on invoice and full invoice. In SAP we have 2 ways to do this:

1/ Partial payment: they can't clear because it never full invoice and in a long time they will confuse when apply money which invoice.

2/ Residual items: they can clear and know how much distributor own them. But when they do balance confirmation, distributor don't understand and don't see how much they already pay to you.

Pls help me

Thanks,

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 07:45 AM

    Hi

    Use Partial Payment method only. But, introduce a new functionality, like - Clear the main invoice using the FI document using the main invoice as reference. You can do this if the main invoice amount reaches outstanding amount upto - 20% (that means, main invoice amount 10000$, receipts upto 8000$ keep the invoice open). For this seperate process use seperate GL to post this and also use the Reference field, Header text field, etc. as reference to the main invoice. Also, create a seperate Custom Z reprot to track the things.In that report you can give the input selection with all customer details, invoice details to get the details of the customer, invoice and amount details with % pending, so far paid, outstanding, etc..

    VVR

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 02:12 PM

    I do myself

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