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Regarding PLA updation

Hi Experts

I need some clarifications PLA.

We post the PLA through TR6 challan posting using t.code J1ih.

When we go into the Create Excise JV - Initial screen

In the document number feild what no should we enter?

Once i enter into the next screen i get the following

CR/DR G/L Account Amount Description

C Excise Deposit

D Cenvat Credit

D SHEC Cess on Cenvat

D Cenvat Credit

D Education Cess

D Cenvat Credit

What amount I have to enter on the above feild.


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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 09:31 AM


    Making Adjustment Postings for Money Transferred to PLA

    Use: - You follow this procedure to make an adjustment posting when you transfer money to your personal ledger account (PLA).

    Prerequisites: - You have already transferred the money to your PLA at the bank, using a TR6 challan, and have posted the corresponding accounting document.

    Procedure: -

    1. J1IH  Excise JV  TR6 challan

    2. Enter data as required, including the document number.

    You can enter either the challan number OR the number of the accounting document (This document is to be first created through T. Code u2013 FB50. In this Document Debit PLA on Hold A/c and Credit Bank A/c with the Amount to be transferred in PLA CENVAT Accounts)

    3. Click on u201CEnteru201D button.

    If you entered the accounting document number, the system displays the information from it.

    4. Enter the amounts against the accounts that you require.

    5. Save the adjustment posting.

    6. System will post Excise JV Document; Accounting Document with Part2 Serial No has been successfully created.

    PLA On Hold - Cr

    PLA BED - Dr

    PLA ECS - Dr

    PLA SECess - Dr

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