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I have posted one purchase return order as below
Qty = 10 pcs
Purch Price = 25.00
Total = 250.00
In my case, invent trans need to be as below
Qty = -10
Costamountposted = 10.00
But I dont understand, in my case some purchase return have invent trans as below
Costamountposted = 8.70 (values are dummy for eg)
Costamountoperation = 1.30 (values are dummy for eg)
I checked the voucher and found that 1.30 is posted by posting type "Purchase expenditure for product".
So in my case, if i had made a purchase of 10 pcs with 250.00 and made a return purchase order of 10 pcs with 250.00 itself. Inventory qty balance will be 0 pcs, but value of 1.30 exists there. This is creating so many issues in inventory values, costing etc.
Is this normal situation and why ?. How to tackle this case.
My costing method is weighted avg dated.
Thanks in advance.
It sounds like you have other transactions on the item. Try marking the PO to the return order. If they have both been invoiced you will have to do a recalculation to see the effect of the marking.
Dear richard. Yes.
I just gave one example of purchase and return.
The product is vegetable item and it have daily purchases and returns. And its very hard to do marking and all.
User is stating simple question.
Why when he is posting return po of value X, its not fulling deducting from inventory value and causing the cost of product to increase and by the way generate wrong gross margin reports.
Good Morning Mohammed,
When recording a purchase order return you basically issue items from your warehouse.
As AX defines and calculates the issue price you might end up with a difference.
If the difference is significant then you have to use marking as Richard mentioned to ensure that the receipt and issue prices are identical.
Another option would be to use standard costing that can also guarantee identical issue and receipt prices.
How many return transactions do you have to record a day and why is marking very hard to do?
Its usual; to return at the order cost, rather than the inventory cost (which is from many orders) - so reference the financial lot id - . i.e.mark - see https://community.dynamics.com/ax/f/microsoft-dynamics-ax-forum/246776/how-to-link-a-return-order-with-an-existing-purchase-order/494822#494822
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