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Purchase Return


Std procedure for Purchase return for material receipt for exciseable material

Pl Guide me is any configration require.


Sudhir Bilwar

Former Member

<<Copy pasted from here, in part. Vendor returns with 161 movement type If you didn't write it - don't post it. 30 points deducted>>


Return Delivery Process ia as follows;

1. MIGO - Return delivery > Material Document (Here refer GR doc, system will determine mvmt type "122" automatically, select Stock type as "Blocked Stock" under Where tab)

2. J1IS - Excise Invoice Other Movements

Here click on u201Ccreateu201D button to create an outgoing excise invoice and reverse the CENVAT Amount.

Here put all details as below and Press u201CEnteru201D.

Ref.doc. type - MATD, Doc Number - Material document No of 122 mvmt, Doc Year, Series Group, Excise Group, Vendor

Here check BED, ECS and SECess values to be reversed and click on u201CSaveu201D button to post the excise invoice.

3. J1IV - Post and Print Outgoing Excise Invoice.

4. MIRO - Credit memo w.r.t. Original PO.

Note: - Excise Transactions to be followed if CIN functionality is in use.

accounting entries for the steps

The cycle flows like this;

At the time of GR (MIGO);

Stock A/c - Dr

GR/IR Clearing A/c - Cr

Excise Invoice Posting (J1IEX);

CENVAT Receivable A/c - Dr

CENVAT Clearing A/c - Cr

At the time of LIV (MIRO);

Vendor A/c - Cr

GR/IR Clearing A/c - Dr

CENVAT Clearing A/c - Dr

At the time of Vendor Return (MIGO);

Stock A/c - Cr

GR/IR Clearing A/c - Dr

Excise Invoice for Vendor Return (J1IS & J1IV);

CENVAT Receivable A/c - Cr

CENVAT Clearing A/c - Dr

At the time of Credit Memo (MIRO);

Vendor A/c - Dr

GR/IR Clearing A/c - Cr

CENVAT Clearing A/c - Cr

Note: - If you debit CENVAT Suspense A/c at the time of J1IS/J1IV then at the time of Credit Memo processing (MIRO), you can not credit CENVAT Clearing A/c and Debit Vendor. The logic is very simple, at the end of whole cycle Clearing A/c should be nil, there should not be any balance.

use following for the scenario

award if useful

Edited by: Matt on May 9, 2009 5:37 PM

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