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How to Freight Calculate on Inventory Transfer?

Hi Experts,

When we make Inventory Transfer Document for Transfer Goods one state to another state &

We make Outgoing Excise Invoice for Inventory Transfer Document for Excise Calculation.

Freight is Calculate on Quantity * Rate & then Excise Calculate after adding freight.

But Question is there is no facility to add Freight seen in both above case.

So, How we calculate Freight & Excise (G/L Account Posting is must for Freight & Excise.)

I have not add freight in Item Cost because Item Cost is Increase & Excise Department not allowed it

There is no such valid document to show freight.

Help me out this problem.


Srujal Patel

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2011 at 06:22 AM

    Hi Srujal,

    I believe there is no need to show freight in Excise Invoice Print copy.

    So you can prepare Excise Invoice based on Inventory Transfer and then for Freight you can pass separate Journal entry.


    Samir Gandhi

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      Hi Srujal.......

      Did you check the Form F Utility in Inventory Transfer?

      It applies only when Transfer comes into Picture.....

      Please check by Ticking VAT Check Box while doing transaction of Inventory Transfer......



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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 11:57 AM

    Hi Srujal Patel,

    Freight for Inventory Transfer is not in current B1 system design. It is on the road map that will be available in the near future or about to come.



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