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MIRO accounts

Hi experts,

First of all i'm new to SAP so please can anyone explain to me the account's assignement process in MIRO, i mean when i try to post an incoming invoice, it gives me two accounts, one being debited and the other is credited.

i know it has something to do with movement types and OMJJ and OBYC tcodes but i can't fully understand it. can anyone explain the process to me ?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2019 at 08:03 AM

    Hi Hamza,

    The 2 accounting lines you got in MIRO, one is the posting to vendor account (transaction key KBS), the other one is posting to
    GR/IR clearing account (transaction key WRX). In case of any price variant during invoice creation, the price difference may be posted
    to BSX(stock account), PRD(Price difference account) or KDM (Exch.rate difference account) accounting line.

    Best regards,
    Samson

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2018 at 08:47 AM

    Hi Hamza,

    It is something you need to understand from MIGO, please go through with below example and do let us know if you understand -

    We start with PO -

    in MIGO there are accounting entries -

    Stock Account(BSX) Debit

    GR/IR Clearing Account (WRX) Credit

    In MIRO -

    GR/IR Clearing Account(WRX) Debit

    Vendor Account Credit

    In Payment Posting -

    Vendor Account Debit

    Bank Account Credit

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