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separate customer advance with downpayment

we have three AR scenarios:

scenario 1 (downpayment):T-code: F-29 customer downpayment 300 , special GL indicator: A,

then T-code Fb70 invoice 2000, how to clear invoice and customer downpayment? any steps to follow?

scenario 3(advance ): we have customer advance 3000 and invoice 3000, should we use F-29, same special GL indicator A for advance?

or should we use another special GL indicator? how to clear advance and invoice?

scenario 3 (transfer posting), we have Dr: AR-customer A 2000 Cr: revenue 2000, we want to transfer AR to another balance account: recharge

in F-30, what should be my posting keys? do I need to use special GL indicator? can anyone explain what should be double entry for F-30?

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 04:09 PM

    Hi,

    For Scenario 1 you can clear your Down Payment against Invoice in F-32. In F-32 you have to give Special G/L Indicator A under Open Item Selection tab

    For Scenario 2 , for processing of Customer Advance use F-29 and use special G/L indicator A , For Invoice book in FB70/F-22. For Clearing use F-32

    For Scenario 3 , you have to credit your Customer A/c with Posting Key 17, and Debiting your Balance account: Recharge with Posting Key 40

    Regards

    Diptadhi

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