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Planned cost calculation before and after cost roll

I have a question regarding planned cost calculation for a production order towards settlement.

If a production order has been created before cost roll (std cost estimate) and confirmed after cost roll.

which planned cost system will use during order settlement? I mean will system use the planned cost calculated at the time of order creation/release or will recalculate it for settlement after the cost roll?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Umesh

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    Former Member
    Sep 01, 2008 at 08:33 AM

    Hi Umesh

    I think u have already put same question earlier. If u got the answer then give points and close that thread also.

    Thanks & regds

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    Former Member
    Sep 01, 2008 at 10:31 AM

    Hi

    Plan accrual calculation lets you plan accrual costs: Accrual costs are subdivided as follows:

    · Additional costs

    Costs that have no equivalent in Financial Accounting (for example, managerial income or imputed rents)

    · Valuation differences

    Costs that have a different equivalent in FI (for example, vacation bonuses or insurance)

    Payroll fringe costs such as bonuses, which can generally be calculated as a percentage rate of the wage or salary costs, are not usually calculated and planned on every individual cost center. You can calculate these using the plan accrual methods.

    The vacation bonus is accrued on the basis of the plan labor costs using an a overhead rate of 10%. The system debits all cost centers on which labor costs are planned.

    The system takes into account the activity-dependent plan costs during the calculation of accrual amounts using the percentage method, which assigns a percentage rate to the fixed and variable portions of the overall

    Hope you get some idea

    Thaks and regards

    E.Rambabu

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