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G/L account-variances

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I have account details below as per MB5L Currency EUR

G/L Account 104200

G/L Acct Long Text Costs for finished goods

Materials 11.750.559,63

Stock Account 11.749.322,09

Variance 1.237,54-

I want to make Vaiance as 0 and stock account is equals to Materials account value

How can I Track variance caused material documents or Accounting documents

How I can make stock account is equals to Materials account value

Thanks In advance

Babu

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 12:58 PM

    hi,

    You can clear it via MR11...

    check the PO history...or table EKBE ...check where is the diff. occuring...

    Regards

    Priyanka.P

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 01:59 PM

    Hi Guys

    I have account details below as per MB5L Currency EUR

    G/L Account 104200

    G/L Acct Long Text Costs for finished goods

    Materials 11.750.559,63

    Stock Account 11.749.322,09

    Variance 1.237,54-

    I want to know why Variances will be triggered

    What is the root cause

    Thanks In advance

    Babu

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    • hi,

      there may be many reasons:

      1. If you have forex, then rate may change in between...

      2. You can have manual price diff..

      3. FI docs posted improperly...

      4. diff. in price between each document...

      5. Qty changes...

      you have to check each document inorder to check the root cause...

      or check the PO hisrtory tab..and check where there is diff...

      Regards

      Priyanka.P

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