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What is Subsequent Debit ?

Dear Experts,

Can Anybody please explain, What is Subsequent debit and How it works in MIRO at which requirement ?

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    Former Member
    Oct 03, 2008 at 12:12 PM

    Dear,

    You can also post subsequent credits and subsequent debits. Once an invoice has been posted, it can no longer be changed. Subsequent price changes are posted in the form of a subsequent credit or subsequent debit in a second document.

    A subsequent credit or subsequent debit raises or lowers the total of invoice values (based on an order item) without changing the total of invoiced quantities.

    SAP Difference between Credit memo and subsequent debits/credits.

    Subsequent Debits/Credits are used in cases where the quantity is in the original invoice is to remain the same.

    Example:

    PO 10 - $10

    GR 10 - $10

    LIV 10 - $11 (Logistics Invoice Verification)

    The vendor invoice is more than that in the Purchase Order.

    In order to correct, the Vendor may send in another invoice for the Increased amount or a credit memo for the reduce amount.

    If you approve of the price increase, post the subsequent invoice received as a Subsequent Debit Invoice.

    If it is a credit memo that has been received for reducing $1 of invoice price, then post the credit memo as Subsequent Credit.

    This would retain the quantity but reduce the amount.

    Subsequent Debit/Credit is for the case when the credit is not for the full amount eg. if the Vendor decided to credit & only the $1 overcharged.

    Credit memo is for the credit of the full amount and value.

    Regards,

    Syed Hussain.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear,

      Yes, for the increased differnt amount of vendor against Purhcase order, post Subsequent Debit.

      Regarding the stock accounts if the received quantity is not changed against PO qty, then posts to price difference account.

      Regards,

      Syed Hussain.

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    Former Member
    Oct 03, 2008 at 12:09 PM

    Hi,

    Definition

    A subsequent debit/credit exists when an additional invoice or credit memo is received for a transaction that has already been invoiced.

    Use

    When you post an invoice or a credit memo as a subsequent debit/credit, you should note the following:

    The system records every subsequent debit/credit in the purchase order history.

    By posting a subsequent debit/credit, the system updates the ordering transaction on a value basis but not on a quantity basis. The quantity invoiced therefore does not change, but the total value invoiced does.

    The maximum quantity you can subsequently debit or credit is the quantity that has already been invoiced. It is not possible to post a subsequent debit before an invoice. The system does not check the quantity delivered. A subsequent debit/credit cannot be blocked due to quantity variance.

    If you are entering invoices or credit memos containing both standard items and subsequent debits/credits, you have the following options:

    If the invoice consists mainly of subsequent debit/credit items, you choose the transaction Subsequent debit and deselect the field Subsequent debit/credit for the items that are not subsequent debits.

    If the invoice consists mainly of standard items, you choose the transaction Invoice and select the field Subsequent debit/credit for the items that are subsequently debited.

    If you want the system to carry out a price check for a subsequent debit, it compares the value invoiced to date plus the value of the subsequent debit with the expected value based on the purchase order. The system takes tolerance limits into account when carrying out the price check. If a price variance exceeds one of the upper tolerance limits, the subsequent debit is blocked for payment.

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  • Oct 03, 2008 at 12:09 PM

    hi,

    > No you are totally confused....in that case you'll post credit memo...pls csee the eg. given below and also check the first link...

    suppose you do MIGO for 100 pcs,

    out of it the del is of 50 pcs...

    then you make the credit memo of 50 pcs

    after this if the vendor sends the next 50 pcs....then you need to pay to vendor...then you make sunsiquent debit...

    Also check the link:

    http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_03/helpdata/EN/a8/b99718452b11d189430000e829fbbd/frameset.htm

    check it for lieterature:http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_03/helpdata/EN/a8/b9970b452b11d189430000e829fbbd/frameset.htm

    hope it helps....

    Regards

    Priyanka.P

    Edited by: Priyanka Paltanwale on Oct 3, 2008 2:10 PM

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