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Split outgoing payments to two different Vendor bank accounts (Netherlands)

We have a requirement wherein we need to split an outgoing payment to Vendor in two parts which needs to be paid in 2 different bank accounts (Say 80% in Bank Account1 and 20% in Bank Account2)

Our client says it is a requirement in Netherlands, wherein We need to pay the supplier and a part of payments need to be transferred to a blocked account (They call it "G-Account"). The splitting needs to be automatic, while processing outgoing payments. Invoice will be a single invoice, but payments should be split.

One way would be using investment payment terms to achieve the split, but again selection different bank accounts will be a challenge

Is any one aware if there is a standard way to implement this?

(This being a common process, I think there should be a standard SAP Solution)

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2019 at 08:16 AM
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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2018 at 07:30 PM

    Maybe in DMEE tree by function module or function exit, we can handle it but I don't think we can handle it from the accounting document side. If it's happened so still challenge will be the bank reconciliations.

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2019 at 03:37 PM

    There is a process VAT split used in Romania, but it is not standard. There a lot of SAP notes created for Romania for this process and a little bit of customizing (in RO specific tables). Search for the country for which the process should be implemented SAP notes for the process.

    Kind regards,

    Diana

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  • Posted on Jul 08 at 08:50 AM

    I used following SAP note and it served my purpose:

    1036993 Dutch Chain Liability (Wet Ketenaansprakelijkheid) - ERP2005
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