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Rebate Agreement

Hello Gurus,

Where do we create rebate agreement?

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Prashant

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2009 at 07:13 AM

    hi,

    Rebate processing:

    1. First requirement is that the rebate processing must be active for

    a. the customer ( check in customer master) ,

    b. for the billing type ( check in IMG > Billing > rebate processing > active rebate processing > select billing documents for rebate processing. )

    c. For the sales organizatin:

    ( check in IMG > Billing> rebate processing > active rebate processing > Active rebate processing for sales org. )

    2. Next create a rebate agreement For this ust T-code VB01. For the rebate agreement type you can choose either 0001

    ( group rebate ) or 0002 material rebate or 0003 ( customer rebate ) etc

    b. Enter your rebate conditions. Dont forget to enter the accrual rate here.

    3. Now test your rebate functionality : create a sales order for the particular customer, sales org ( ensure that the billing type used in your sales order is relevant for rebate) . Create outbound delivery, transfer order to do picking and post goods issue.

    4. Now go to Tcode VB03 and check your rebate by choosing conditions , selecting the condition line and choosing payment data. You will see that the accruals and business volume are updated when accounting doc is created for billing.

    5. Settling your rebates:

    Once your rebates have been accrued you need to settle the rebate.

    For this first release the rebate for settlement by using Tcode VB02. As a trial basis choose B ( you can choose other settings based on your requirement) and choose Create manual accrual. Now enter the amount to be paid and save the rebate agreement.

    6. Next display your rebate agreement using Tcode VB03.

    Enter your rebate agreement number . Next choose rebate payments > Rebate documents and select partial settlement. Click on the choose button to note down your credit request number.

    7. Use Tcode VA02 and release the billing block for your credit request. ( use item overview tab)

    8. Now use VF01 to create a rebate credit memo by entering the credit memo request number and save it

    9. Now release the credit memo to accounting using vf02.

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2009 at 04:27 AM

    Hi,

    we create rebate agreement in t.code VBO1. in this we also create condition records, validitiy periods, scales and material for settlement.

    before creating rebte agreement, u need to configure settings relevant to rebates scenario.

    go to IMG, SD, BILLING, REBATE PROCESSING, in this u have to do configuration settings.

    make the Sales org, Customer and billing type allowed for rebate processing.

    regards,

    sk

    Edited by: Sadanandam Kasarla on Mar 17, 2009 5:27 AM

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  • Posted on Mar 16, 2009 at 03:54 PM

    Hi Prashant

    We create a rebate agreement , to give a special discount to the customer if the customer achieves sales target. So as per the rebate agreement only if the customer achieves the sales target then he will be getting the rebate discount to the customer.

    Regards

    Srinath

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2009 at 04:37 AM

    hi

    Just make a search in the forum this issue has been discussed so many times

    http://www.erpgenie.com/publications/saptips/052005.pdf

    regards

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