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Hi guys. I need help on how to create assessment cycle step by step. I created a cycle using FAGLGA11 but i keep getting an error message that the sender and receiver doesn't exist. Is there something that I am missing. My goal is to do profit center assessment to transfer costs from one cost center(service) to 8 cost centers (production) and post the costs into one GL account. should the assessment be done in Cost center accounting,Profit center accounting or EC-Profitability analysis in the IMG?

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2010 at 07:23 AM

    Hi Joem

    You should be doing this in Cost Center Accounting using KSU1 and not FAGLGA11...

    KSU1 will allocate costs between cost centers whereas FAGL* would do it in PCA.... Using assessment cycle (KSU1), you will be able to post the multiple primary cost elements into one secondary cost element... You cant post multiple primary cost ele into one primary cost ele

    Regards

    Ajay M

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    • Hi

      When you allocate cost from Cost Center A to Cost Center B and C, the cost also gets allocated to the Profit Center assigned in the B and C

      In KSU1, you can specify a secondary assessment cost element (Category 42) in each segment... The entire cost posted in cost center A (Say, under 5 GL accounts) will be allocated/debited to B and C under this one secondary cost element

      But, FOR SURE, you can not use a FI GL account in the place of assessment cost element.. If this is your requirement, you will have to drop it.. there is no other option apart from passing a FI JV in F-02, which I believe would be very cumbersome

      Regards

      Ajay M

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