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RFSUMB00 - will match GLT0 and BSEG tables for retained earnings account

Hi,

If i execute program RFSUMB00 , will it match balance of GLT0 equals to Line item of BSEG for retained earnings account.

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Praveen.J

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2011 at 03:09 AM

    Dear,

    Retained earning should ideally never had line item posted to it. R.E account is simply a carried forward balance of previous year profit after appropritations. Have you posted any direct entry to retained earning account,if yes then a line must have been generated which can be seen in FBL3N. BSEG being segmentation table will not show line item postings to R.E account. Please check iN BSIS or BSAS. Hope it would help you.

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  • Posted on Jul 03, 2011 at 03:08 AM

    Dear,

    Retained earning should ideally never had line item posted to it. R.E account is simply a carried forward balance of previous year profit after appropritations. Have you posted any direct entry to retained earning account,if yes then a line must have been generated which can be seen in FBL3N. BSEG being segmentation table will not show line item postings to R.E account. Please check iN BSIS or BSAS. Hope it would help you.

    Regards

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  • Posted on Jul 03, 2011 at 03:08 AM

    Dear,

    Retained earning should ideally never had line item posted to it. R.E account is simply a carried forward balance of previous year profit after appropritations. Have you posted any direct entry to retained earning account,if yes then a line must have been generated which can be seen in FBL3N. BSEG being segmentation table will not show line item postings to R.E account. Please check iN BSIS or BSAS. Hope it would help you.

    Regards

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