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Pls. give some suggestion on Subsequent Credit and debit note?

Dear Gurus,

Pls. give some suggestion on Subsequent Credit and debit note?

Regrds

Shikha

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi Sikha

We generaly use subsequent debit / credit to adjust invoice value without affecting Qty

Pls check notes supplied by SAP

A subsequent debit/credit arises if a transaction has already been settled, and a further invoice or credit memo is received afterwards.

A subsequent debit/credit changes the total invoice value of a purchase order item; the total invoice quantity remains unchanged. Therefore, only a value-based update of the purchasing transaction takes place. There is no quantity-based update.

You must enter an invoice as a subsequent debit if a purchase order item has already been invoiced and further costs are incurred. (Example: A vendor has inadvertently invoiced you at too low a price and then sends a second invoice for the difference.)

You must enter a credit memo as a subsequent credit if a purchase order item was invoiced at too high a price and now you have received a credit memo. (Example: A vendor has inadvertently invoiced you at too high a price and then sends a credit memo for the difference.)

If you enter a subsequent debit/credit, the system suggests the entire invoiced quantity, but no value. The maximum quantity that you can subsequently debit or credit is the quantity that has already been invoiced.

You can only enter a subsequent debit/credit for a purchase order item if an invoice has already been posted for that item.

A subsequent debit/credit cannot refer to a particular invoice.

Subsequent debits and credits are listed separately in the PO history

Typical example is like

suppose vendor has overcharged u for perticular PO and afterward he want to correct it

In such scenario u can post subsequent debit to correct PO without affecting Qty. field

<b>Reward if usefull</b>

Vishal..

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