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Revenue Account Determination

Dear All,

i want to assign cash customers for one Revenue account and Credit customers for seperate Revenue account.

can we assing the revenue account based on the payment term

thanks,

sajeewa.

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  • Posted on May 02, 2011 at 10:36 AM

    Assuming that in

    - Cash Sale the Company account & Cash Sale Account gets hit.

    - Credit sales the Customer Account & Company Account gets hit.

    In cash sale scenario the system knows to pick the KOFIAC- Cash Account GL as oppose to KOFI00-revenue account GL in credit sales.

    For this you need 2 Billing doc type with different pricing procedure (which you can differentiate the bases of doc pricing procedure)

    Also in pricing procedure for In addition to that

    - Cash Sales - the condition type should uses Account key EVV - CASH CLEARING.

    - Credit Sales - the condition type should uses Account key ERL - REVENUE.

    Finally, account determination,

    - Cash Sales through TCode OV77

    - Credit Sales through TCode VKOA

    I hope this can assist.

    Thanks & Regards

    JP

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    Posted on May 02, 2011 at 01:51 PM

    Hello,

    You can try to use the order reason (AUGRU) in a new table (based on your table, allready used in account determination).

    You will have the possibility to use the same order type and to select manually the accounting way.

    Marian

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      You will have a invoice split (ZTERM is header information in Invoice and line information in Sales order).

      Technical is 100% possible. I have the same issue based on Payment method. Is the same issue from SD point of view.

      Marian

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