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Freight at GRPO

Hi All,

in GRPO when freight is entered there is no accounting impact for freight part.

further if we exclude freight part in A/P invoice then where does it go ?

How the system treats it ?

thanking you

Malhaar

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2012 at 11:32 AM

    Hi Malhaar.....

    If you wanna take Freight into account of Item Cost then you must make necessary settings at Freight Setup level and which affects at GRPO level. But if you dnt have those settings then that must affect at AP Invoice level.......

    This should be standard accounting......

    Regards,

    Rahul

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 08, 2012 at 09:02 PM

    Hi Malhar,

    look SAP needs input from user to understand if you want your freight to be memorize/charge.

    now at purchasing level we do have 2 options available. one at GRPO and AP Invoice level and second is a use of Landed cost document.

    at GRPO or AP Invoice, if you want to charge your freight and also want your inventory value to be re-valuate than you need to mark on stock column at freight window (don't forget to mapped "Expense Clearing Account on Inventory Tab".

    at Landed Cost, you can also charge your freight charges and customs also to re-evaluate your inventory. here 3 accounts are necessary to mapped 1 Custom allocation account, Custom Expense Account and Landed cost allocation account) here you have option if you dont want your custom group to be effect your inventory value.

    Hope it helps you

    Regards

    Ali

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