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What is process of Returning Excisable Material?

Hi,

What is process of Returning Excisable Material?

Currently we are following process:

1. Create Return Purchase Order (ME21N)
2. Goods Receipt with NO EXCISE ENTRY (MIGO)
3. Update RG23 A Part 1 Register (J1I5)
4. Excise Invoice (J1IS)

Is the above process correct?

Someone told me that we should capture excise during MIGO only.

Please guide.

Regards,

PK

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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2012 at 09:47 AM

    Hi PK,

    Process you are following is correct,we are also following this process when original PO is unknown.

    If Original PO is known then you can return material through Return delivery (122) against original material document through MIGO transaction.in this case excise entry will get reverse in MIGO.

    Regards

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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2012 at 10:21 AM

    Hi,

    This process seems correct to me. It is not required to capture excise during MIGO. Follow the same process.

    Only one thing i would like to share, after creating excise invoice in J1IS, part 2 entry is NOT posted immediately to the RG23A/C Part 2 register. System treats this excise invoice as 'Sales' and this invoice will be available in the J2IUN for utilization. You have to utilize duty of this invoice in J2IUN then the debit entry will be posted to the 'Part 2' register.

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    • Hi,

      This depends on the client business requirement. Normally, store person doesn't have excise invoice creation or posting authority. So, he just select 'No excise entry' option during MIGO and later excise clerk creates and posts the excise invoice.

      I think, before selecting or configuring any process, you first discuss and understand the client requirement, then configure the system or select the process as per the client requirement because ultimately client user's are going to run the system.

      There is no other way to process excise duty.

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