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59. How to Maintain Exchange Rates?

Enter Transaction Code SPRO in SAP Command Field

In the next screen,Select ‘SAP Reference IMG’ button

In the next screen ‘Display IMG’, Select the menu path

SAP Netweaver -> General Settings ->Currencies ->Enter Exchange Rates

Exchange Rates can be entered as Direct or Indirect Quotations

In Direct quotations we give the multiple of base currency to the Foreign Currency

For eg […]

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58. How To Perform Dunning?

Dunning

It is the process of Correspondence with the Customer/Vendor about pending bills ( in sap as we call it open items). In SAP we can schedule the Dunning Process and maintain different Dunning Levels for Dunning run.The Dunning process involves the following steps:

Entering Parameters in the dunning program.The parameters of old dunning run can be copied and […]

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57. Important Tables in FI Module?

Here Are the Important Tables in SAP FI Module :
Master data
G/L Accounts

SKA1            G/L Accounts (Chart of Accounts)
SKAT            G/L Accounts (Chart of Accounts: Description)
SKB1             G/L Accounts (Company Code)

Customer Master

KNA1          Customer master
KNB1           Customer / company
KNVV         Customer sales data
KNBK          Bank details
KNVH         Customer hierarchy
KNVP         Customer partners
KNVS         Shipment data for customer
KNVK        Contact persons
KNVI         […]

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56. Month End Closing – Foreign Currency Revaluation?

Before creating Financial Statements , we have to perform Foreign Currency Valuation for the Transaction done in Foreign Currency .

These transactions can be bills receivables or bills payable or might be inter company money transfers which involves G/L Accounts , Customer or Vendor.

The Line items can be open or cleared .

For the Line items which […]

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55. Important Reports in SAP FI?

This tutorial will give you an overview of important reports which are used frequently in SAP FI. Following is list of important reports

GL Chart Of Accounts List
GL Account List
GL Account Balances
GL Account Totals And Balances
AR Customer Master Data List
AR Customer Balances
AR Customer Line Items
AR Customer Open Item Analysis Drilldown Report
AR Customer Payment History
AP Vendor Master […]

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54. What is Posting Rounding Differences in SAP?

Sometimes when a Clearing document is posted , it’s amount is rounded posting-rounding-differences
. The rounding difference can be posted to a G/L Account .
It could be expense or revenue.
In SAP ,we can configure the Account in which the Rounding Differences are posted in the following manner.
Enter Transaction Code SPRO in the SAP Command Field

In the […]

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53. How to Map Symbolic Account to G/L Account?

The following SAP transactions are used to map symbolic accounts to different  General Ledger Accounts

OBYG – maps symbolic accounts to financial accounts (liabilities)
OBYE – maps symbolic accounts to expense accounts (expenses)

Enter transaction OBYG in the SAP transaction code box

Enter the Chart of Accounts. Click Enter

In the next SAP screen, click create

Enter Symbolic account and G/L […]

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52. All About Automatic Payment Run?

Introduction
The Payment Process includes the Following Steps

Invoices are Entered
Pending Invoices are analyzed for due date
Invoices due for payment are prepared for review
Payments are approved or modified
Invoices are paid

A  consistently high volume of invoices have to be processed. Accounts Payable Invoices have to be paid on time to receive possible discounts. The accounting department wishes to […]

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51. How to Reset Cleared Items in Sap?

In SAP , if  a Vendor Payment is made against incorrect invoice then it can be Reset. Enter Transaction Code FBRA in the SAP Command Field

In the next screen, Enter the Following

Enter the Clearing Document Number for the Cleared Items
Enter the Company Code in which it was posted
Enter the Fiscal Year in which it was […]

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