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Goods issue account posting

Dear All

I need the following account posting during free of charge sale good issue with cost center

Created one sales order 1001 (VA01)

Delivery No 80466399

Material - A

Qty - 10

Std Cost rate - 10.00 (INR)

VAT - 10%

PGI accounting

Sample Exp Dr 110

To Inventory Cr 100

To VAT Cr 10

Please guide me how to achieve the above requirement.



Edited by: Animesh Chakraborty on Oct 13, 2011 4:07 PM

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    Oct 13, 2011 at 06:21 PM


    Usually during PGI, since goods are moving out..inventory is reduced and COGS goes only these two are the accounts that are affected which is based on the movement type coming from your schedule line category and each movement type means inventory movements. The corresponding accounting config is done in OBYC for transaction keys BSX and GBB.

    Now, tax is applied during billing and as far as I know not during inventory movements and the VAT should be covered during your billing document creation and corresponding accounting doc where MWST Cond type or MWS account key is mapped to hit the VAT GL.

    I'm not sure you can do what you're looking for during PGI and don't think it is required if you're a corresponding billing doc posting to VAT. Could you explain your scenario? maybe its a valid scenario and we can look at other options



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      Understand your scenario.. but it seems you can't do a VAT posting during Goods Issue or consumption.

      check this thread: [GL postings for movemnt type 201;

      Maybe you can try and create a direct FI document to post the required VAT or just wait for expert opinion on this..

      Also check if there is any country version for Bangladesh ?



  • Oct 14, 2011 at 12:08 PM

    I would suggest to set your PR00 as statistical in your pricing procedure which should be an exclusive for such sales.

    By doing so, you can generate commercial billing based on which customer will not get debited but you can post the VAT to the required G/L Account.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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