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FI- Account receivables specialists(regarding sales side postings toG/L)- ?

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Please can some one help me on this from sales side postings to G/L accounts.-?

Ex:

Invoices, credit memos, debit memos from sales side

1)Do they post to same G/L account- if yes why ? if not - why not ?

2)prices, surcharge and taxes will also post to same account or not.

3)where do we mentions these transactions should post to particular G/L account -?

Please only experts who had dealed with this can you give me any good exmple on this -?

Thanks

Kris

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 07:48 AM

    Hi,

    There is SD- FI integration.

    1) All sales inovices/credit memo etc.. have customer no.every customer has ledger account.

    2) Prices,discount,surcharge and taxes are condition types.These condition types are assigned account keys in pricing procedure ... like ERL,ERF,ERB etc..

    In revenue account determination settings are made that which G/L accounts do we post pricing revenue,discount etc...

    3)

    SPRO-IMG- Sales and distribution- Basic function- account assignment/costing-revenue account determination-assign G/L accounts.

    Thanks,

    Vrajesh

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2008 at 03:29 PM

    Please any help on this issue -?

    Thanks

    Kris

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