Cash Discount for  early  realisation of  dues-reg

Hello Friends,
I require your  help to config the following  in SAP.
It goes like this.
Invoice is raised on the dealer  for the product  sold.  As an incentive, to realise the  money  early, cash  rebate is offered to them, if they pay within a period of One month.  the amount  is Rs. 2.50 per MT.  The  cheque  must  be actually realised for getting this benefit.  The distibutor will pay the amount in instalment  also( no fixed nos). But  for claiming this rebate the entire invoice must have been  realised.
This amount varies from one state to anotherstate. 
Your suggestion is highly required.
c.m.sathish kumar

You need to configure payment terms first and assign it the customer/ vendor master.
Payment terms definition:
In the step Maintain terms of payment, you can define rules with which the system can determine the required terms of payment automatically. The rules are stored under a four-character key. You assign the terms of payment specified to the customer in the master record via the key. The key and the terms determined with it are proposed when entering a document to the customer account.
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Once you define the terms of payment and assign it to the master record, system will automatically determine whether the customer has effected the payment within the specified period and whether he is eligible for cash discount/ rebate. Based on this system will post to the account automatcially.
You configure payment terms as follows:
<b>IMG-Financial accounting-accounts receivable accounts payable-business transaction- terms of payment.</b>

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