Credit memo and Subsequent Credit/Debit Scenarios

Hi All,
I have to present all the invoicing scenarios to the client. These also include credit memo and subsequent credit/debit.
Can someone please give me some examples of these. What is the meaning,how to handle,how do these arise.I will have to run these for them on screen.Please can you help me out with these.
Regards,
V S

Hello,
Subsequent Debit and Credits
After an Invoice is successfully posted and the transaction is completed, Vendor approaches with additional amount invoice or correction in Invoice.You would like to post this additional invoice with reference to the original PO and item. Subsequent Debit / Credit functionality allows you to capture this difference without canceling original invoice.
Please check this link
http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_03/helpdata/EN/a8/b99890452b11d189430000e829fbbd/frameset.htm
Regards,
Shailesh

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  • Credit memo and subsequent credit

    Can anybody tell what is the difference between a Credit memo and subsequent credit memo.
    I am finding the impact of both on the PO as same.

    Hi,
    The difference betwen them is that a credit memo quantity and amount are
    affected but in subsequent credit only the amount is affected nor quantity.
    For example.
    You have in your po history.
    GR    amount  quantity
    x        10          10
    IR (normal invoice)
    x       10           10
    Credit memo
    x      5              5
    Now you have invoice 5 amount 5 quantity
    if you made a subsequent for per example
    amount 5
    in your po history you have pending
    0 amount an 5 quantity
    This quantity you must regularize with transaction MR11
    Transaction mr11 only regularize quantities but not amounts,so for this is used
    subsequent credit/debit.
    I hope my explanation helps you now to understand the differences.
    Best regards.
    Antonio.

  • Difference between Credit memo and subsequent credit

    All SAP Gurus,
    In MIRO, what is the difference between Credit memo and subsequent credit?
    Regards,

    Difference between Credit memo and subsequent debits/credits
    Subsequent Debits/Credits are used in cases where the quantity is in the original invoice is to remain the same. For eg.
    PO  10 - $10
    Gr   10 - $10
    LIV 10 - $11 (Logistics Invoice Verification)
    The vendor invoice is more than that in the Purchase Order. In order to correct, the Vendor may send in another invoice for
    the Increased amount or a credit memo for the increased amount.
    If you approve of the price increase, post the subsequent invoice received as a Subsequent Debit/Credit Invoice.
    If it is a credit memo that has been received, then post the credit memo as Subsequent Debit/Credit.
    This would retain the quantity but reduce the amount.
    Subsequent Debit/Credit is for the case when the credit is not for the full amount eg. if the Vendor decided to credit
    only the $1 overcharged.
    Credit memo is for the credit of the full amount and value.

  • Credit memo and subsequent GL account

    Dear All,
    I would like to clarify 3 point below.
    when i do credit memo on full quantity, the double entry is hitting vendor and GRC account.
    when i do credit memo on part quantity, the double entry hitting vendor GRC and stock account also.
    when i do subsequent debit or credit, double entry hitting vendor and stock account.
    1) May I know why credit memo, full quantity only hit GRC whereas part quantity hit GRC and stock?
    2) May i know why subsequent debit/credit hitting stock account only?
    3) credit memo must have to create return PO? without return PO can?
    Thanks

    Hi
    credit memos and subsequent credits can be used to adjust the amount due to the vendor.
    we usually receive a credit memo from a vendor if you where overcharged.
    as in case of invoice .creit memo refer to purchase orders or good receipt
    when you post credit memo,the total invoice quantity in the po history is reduced by the credit memo quantity.the maximum quantity you can make a credit for is the quanitty that has alredy ben invoiced.
    During Credit Memo, It is making same accounting entires as it makes during Invoice posting
    Regards
    kailas ugale

  • Vandor crdit memo, subsequent debit memo and subsequent crdit memo

    Hi,
      what is the difference between subsequent debit, credit and credit memo in MIRO transaction.
       In case of vendor had given us credit note with relevant to particular for which we had already completed the invoice verification and payment also paid.
       in this case what document should i use i.e crdit memo, subsequent credit memo or subsequent debit memo??
    plz suggest

    Hi,
    Difference between Credit memo and subsequent debits/credits
    Subsequent Debits/Credits are used in cases where the quantity is in the original invoice is to remain the same.
    Example:
    PO 10 - $10
    GR 10 - $10
    LIV 10 - $11 (Logistics Invoice Verification)
    The vendor invoice is more than that in the Purchase Order.
    In order to correct, the Vendor may send in another invoice for the Increased amount
    or a credit memo for the reduce amount.
    If you approve of the price increase,
    post the subsequent invoice received as a Subsequent Debit Invoice.
    If it is a credit memo that has been received for reducing $1 of invoice price,
    then post the credit memo as Subsequent Credit.
    This would retain the quantity but reduce the amount.
    Subsequent Debit/Credit is for the case when the credit is not for the full amount
    eg. if the Vendor decided to credit & only the $1 overcharged.
    Credit memo is for the credit of the full amount and value.
    Thanks
    Kalyankumar

  • Credit memo or sub credit for wrong quantity in invoice

    hi,
    vendor invoice printed wrong quantity.
    po $10 * 10 = $100
    migo - dr stock $100
             cr grc      $100
    when receive invoice, additional 2 unit.
    iv $10 * 12 = $120
    in miro, i should not change the quantity as it will affect grc account.
    miro - dr grc                      $100
             dr clearing acc           $20
             cr vendor                 $120
    1 when vendor send in credit note of $10 * 2 = $20, should i create credit memo or subsequent credit?      
    2 how is the accounting entry like?
    thanks

    1) You have to enter the subsequent credit
    2) The account postings for a subsequent debit/credit depend on the quantity that the subsequent debit/credit applies to:
    If the quantity of the subsequent debit/credit is smaller than or the same as the quantity delivered, the system tries to post the subsequent debit/credit to the stock account. If the material is valuated with a standard price or if there is insufficient stock coverage for the quantity to be debited or credited, the amount is posted to a price difference account.
    If the quantity of the subsequent debit/credit is larger than the quantity delivered, the system distributes the relevant amount proportionally. The part of the subsequent debit/credit that does not have a goods receipt is posted to the GR/IR clearing account. The remaining amount is posted to the stock account u2013 or in the case of standard price control or insufficient stock coverage u2013 to a price difference account.

  • Credit memo, subsequent debit and subsequent credit

    Hi,
       We have recently started using credit memo, subsequent debit and subsequent credit in SAP.
       However, when ever  user is taking print of this documents system is still showing as invoice verification note only
      We want to differentiate this documents with other document types. could u plz explain me the config settings for this doc types provided by standard SAP.

    Transaction OBA7, define document types which you require. Then, SPRO -> AR/AP -> Business transactions -> Outgoing invoices, credit memos -> Outgoing Invoices/Credit Memos - Enjoy -> Define Document Types for Enjoy Transactions. There you can define that new document types are default for process you want
    regards

  • Regarding credit memo and debit memo

    Hi Friends
    In how many ways we can create credit memo and debit memo?
    plz reply
    thanks in advance

    Hi Venkata,
    Credit memo is billing document type.
    You can create it with the refrence of
    Credit memo request,
    Order
    Invoice
    Refused delivery return
    Regards,
    MT

  • Credit memo and debit memo

    Can some one kindly explain the img config step by step and how to check this setting in easy access.
    Thankyou in advance
    Rewards are assured
    Best regards,
    R.Srinivasan

    REFER BELOW REWARD IF HELPS
    Debit note and Credit note?  What is the purpose?  How we create?
    1. A transaction that reduces Amounts Receivable from a customer is a credit memo. For eg. The customer could return damaged goods.  A debit memo is a transaction that reduces Amounts Payable  to a vendor because, you send damaged goods back to your vendor.
    2. Credit memo request is a sales document used in complaints processing to request a credit memo for a customer. If the price calculated for the customer is too high, for example, because the wrong scale prices were used or a discount was forgotten, you can create a credit memo request. The credit memo request is blocked for further processing so that it can be checked. If the request is approved, you can remove the block. The system uses the credit memo request to create a credit memo.
    You can use credit memos in Sales and Distribution (SD) for assigning credit memo requests to the open invoices and in Financial Accounting (FI) for assigning  credit memos and payments to the open invoices and carry out clearing with them.  If you use both Financial Accounting (FI) and Sales and Distribution (SD),  there is a 1:1 relationship between the credit memo request and the credit memo item posted in Financial Accounting (FI). As soon as you bill the credit memo request together with other sales orders, or distribute the items of one credit memo request to several billing documents, the assignment is no longer valid and the system will not process it.
    For  credit memos, credit memo requests, and payments, you have the following assignment options:
    - Assignment to a single invoice
    - Assignment of a partial amount to an invoice
    - Assignment to several invoices
    When you post  credit memos, the payment programme processes them automatically. If the credit memo is specifically related to a particular open invoice item, the payment program automatically attempts to offset the credit memo against the open item. If it is not possible to completely offset the credit memo against an invoice, you can post a debit memo to the vendor, who is to reimburse the amount.  Then you can apply a multilevel dunning program.
    3.  Debit memo request is a sales document used in complaints processing to request a debit memo for a customer. If the prices calculated for the customer were too low, for example, calculated with the wrong scaled prices, you can create a debit memo request. The debit memo request can be blocked so that it can be checked. When it has been approved, you can remove the block. It is  like a standard order. The system uses the debit memo request to create a debit memo.
    4.  As mentioned above, creating a credit or debit memo request enables you to create credit or debit memos based on a complaint. For this first create a sales document with the order type for a credit or debit memo  request. You can create the debit  or credit memo requests in the following ways:
    – Without reference to an order
    – With reference to an existing order
    Here you enter which order the complaint refers to.
    – With reference to an invoice
    Here you enter which invoice the complaint refers to.
    In all cases, you specify the value or quantity that should be in the credit or debit memo
    5. You can block the credit or debit memo  request from being billed in Customizing. Go to Sales -> Sales Documents -> Sales document header -> Define sales document type and select the billing block field in the billing section.  This request can later be reviewed along with similar ones, - if necessary, by another department. The request for a credit or debit memo  can then be approved or rejected.

  • Credit Memo and Debit Memo extraction by extractor

    Hi,
    I've to extract data from 2lis_13_vditm datasource.
    Let us say if credit memo and debit memos are coming from this then key figure values are going to be multiplied with -1 for credit memo and debit memo will come +ve values correct?

    Hi
    This may be helpful.
    use the same Invoice Script/smartform for Credit/debit memo's
    INVOICE
    Output type : RD00
    ScriptForm Name : RVINVOICE01
    Driver Program Name : RVADIN01
    smartform name : LB_BIL_INVOICE
    Smartform Driver Pgm: RLB_INVOICE
    Reward points if useful.
    Thanks & Regards
    vinsee

  • Credit memo and debit

    I need the 2 standard form name for credit memo and debit memo.Its SD related.
    Where can I find ?
    How to link with print program after customizing.
    thanks

    Hi
    This may be helpful.
    use the same Invoice Script/smartform for Credit/debit memo's
    INVOICE
    Output type : RD00
    ScriptForm Name : RVINVOICE01
    Driver Program Name : RVADIN01
    smartform name : LB_BIL_INVOICE
    Smartform Driver Pgm: RLB_INVOICE
    Reward points if useful.
    Thanks & Regards
    vinsee

  • Idocs to create credit memo and debit memo

    Hi,
      I need your expertise in creating credit memos and debit memos in sap using idocs.
    I am working on integration between third party system and sap using web methods.
    My requirement is to create credit memos and debit memos in sap using idocs.
    Could you please help me with the message types for the credit and debit memos.
    Thanks
    Raju

    Hi VJ,
    thank you very much.
    Is it possible to create credit memo without any reference to document in SAP.Because the third party system only sends very small amount of data
    (customer number, amount, paymentmethod, date).
    Can i be able to create the credit memo with the above information
    Please help me..
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    Raju

  • AP Credit Memo and Good return, creates differences between TB and Stock Audit Report

    Hello Experts,
    Did any one has ever faced an issue, whereby AP Credit Memo and Good Return creates discrepancy between journal entry and the stock audit report?
    Here is the scenario:
    AP Credit Memo
    Description
    Quantity
    Unit Price
    Total
    Item A
                    30
                3,400
       102,000
    Journal Entry :
    Debit
    Business Partner
         105,000
            Credit
                          Stock
         105,000
    Inventory Audit Report
    Description
    Quantity
    Cost
    Transaction Amount
    Item A
                            30
                         3,500
                                                    105,000
    Journal Entry :        
    Debit
    Business Partner
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    The difference is actually due to the moving average, but the strange part is why the difference is not posted in the journal entry, in the Price different account?
    This makes the stock account amount to be different from the Trial Balance and the Stock Audit Report.
    And this is applied also on the Good Return transaction.
    Any help is highly appreciated.
    Best Regards
    Cedric Kayitare

    Hi Cedric,
    Price & Item cost are different.
    while making goods return , Direct AP Credit Note, Sales Delivery, Direct AR Invoice, stock is going outside.
    In these transactions Journal entry will happen for Item cost and not Item sales or Purchase price.
    Please enable item cost field in line level and check whether above formulae is matching with Item, cost field.
    Then what is the importance of price in these documents??
    Price is the agreed selling or purchase price for trading with Customer and supplier.
    In your example
    You are returning back material worth 105000(as per moving average price), but supplier is supposed to give only you 102,000.
    Hope you understand
    Thanks
    Unnikrishnan

  • Credit Memo and Invoice (MIRO)

    Hi Experts,
    'We have posted many Invoice (MIRO) Vendor Credit, GR/IR Debit, also we have posted several Credit Memo (Vendor Debit, GR/IR Credit), document type of both the document is RE, how can I segregate them.
    Please explain.
    Regards
    GR

    GR,
    I believe you have to look at both the Header and Item tables.
    In table RBKP there is a field Invoice where X = invoice and no entry indicates a credit.
    To determine if you are dealing with a normal invoice/credit or a subsequent debit/credit you then have to go to table RSEG and there is a Subsequent debit/credit field.
    Invoice    Subs deb/cred
    X                                      = invoice
    X                      X             = subsequent debit
                            X              = credit
    X                      X             = subsequent credit
    Regards,
    Nick

  • Diff bet credit memo and credit memo request

    Hi
    Can any one tell the difference between Credit Memo and Credit Memo Request
    Thanks in advance

    Hi,
    Below is the information on crdit memo request.
    Definition: A credit memo request is a sales document used in complaints processing to request credit for a customer.
    Use: If the price calculated for the customer was too high (for example, with the wrong scaled prices or because a discount was forgotten), you can create a credit memo request. The credit memo request can be automatically blocked for checking. Once it has been approved, you can remove the block.The system uses the credit memo request to create a credit memo.
    Structure: A credit memo request is another type of sales document like a standard order. For more information on sales documents, see Working with Sales Documents.A credit memo request starts the billing process.
    =============================================
    Below mentioned is the information on Credit Memo.
    Definition: The term credit memo always refers to a credit memo from the vendor. Therefore, posting a credit memo always leads to a debit posting on the vendor account.
    Use: As in the case of invoices, credit memos refer to purchase orders or goods receipts. They are used to correct the purchase order history if the quantity invoiced was too high, for example, if an invoice was too high or if part of the quantity was returned.
    When you post a credit memo, the total quantity in the purchase order history is reduced by the credit memo quantity.
    If you do not want the total quantity invoiced to be reduced, you must post the credit memo as a subsequent credit.
    Hope this helps. Please let me know if you need more information and please assign points.
    Rgds
    Manish

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