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Excise Problem while doing MIRO of Non GR Based Invoice Verification

Hi all,

In my system, we have processed a PO of Excise Items without flagging GR Based Invoice Verification. While doing MIRO, we are changing the qty as per invoice to be posted but the Excise amount proposed by system is not matching with the previous figure and we r not able analyse how the system is picking the excise amount... Pls Suggest how to deal with this ....

Regards,

Rajeev

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 06:02 AM

    Hi,

    In ME22n you can fix GR Based Invoice for the particular line item. if you need to may payment as per the goods reciept. In Migo you need to maintain Bill of Landing & Delivery Note with referance to that you can do MIRO.

    sapuser

    Edited by: Sap user on Jul 22, 2008 8:08 AM

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 06:10 AM

    Hi,

    GR based invoice verification means after posting GR onli you can post Invoice, If you hvent posted GR you cant post Invoice.

    In MIRO, if you change the qty, automatically Invoice price will change. In MIRO, by using tax code system will calculate taxs. Because of this both the figures in excise invoice and MIRO are not matching.

    Can you tell me you are changing the invoice quantity ? you mean without receiving goods you are paying more to vendor.

    Can you tell me abt your scenario ?

    reg

    Durga

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