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We are trying to close our books for this year, but got a problem on a trading item. The purchase is packing slip updated but not invoiced. However on the sales side it’s already delivered and invoiced. The problem is that the cost price of the item was set to a 10 times to high amount and since the purchase order isn’t invoiced it looks like the COGS is 10 times too high. I know (or I hope) this will be solved when the invoice is booked, but for now it looks like it will be delayd a few more days.
For 1: In the item model group there is a parameter called include phyiscal if I remember it correctly. If you tick this parameter cost prices will be updated with the packing slip posting. checking this parameter does, however, not impact your previous posting that has already been made.
For 2: If you have a quote from your vendor then you can enter this price as a starting point in the item master. If you do not have such a price then you put an estimate there. Every estimate is in my opinion better as a price of $0.
Thanks Ludwig, again…
Please test the parameter mentioned in a demo/test environment and let us know whether this fixed the issue.
If everything is ok and nothing else open then please be so kind and verify the answers.
Have you been able to get this issue resolved in the meantime?
Yes, thanks Ludwig.
You can change the price on the PO. However that needs a 'process' and is not something a storeman would normally do.
The order might also be subject to change control to stop such changes.That might need a reapproval process.
Presumably you would also need to reacknowledge the updated price with the vendor to sort out 3 way matching and legal liability.
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