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I have 2 legal entities & shared COA & I want to pass Bank to Bank intercompany transaction once I create a transaction, system gave me the below error message...
"The Legal entity of the Bank differs from the legal entity that you are logged in to. Select a different offset legal entity or log into a different legal entity"
Once I pass the intercompany transaction against ledger account system post the transaction without any warring or error message
Please advise how can I make these bank to bank transaction.
Hello Sherif Saadeldin,
Kindly try with the following and let us know if this works.
--- In the journal; create 2 lines. Select main Bank account in the 1st line and put the amount in Debit column. Offset will be a Clearing account which is credited. Make sure this journal line should belong to legal entity for example A.
--- Select the other Bank account in the 2nd line and put the same amount in Credit column. Offset will be the same Clearing account which will be debit this time. Make sure this journal line belong to legal entity for example B.
--- Validate the journal.
Also make sure that all Bank accounts are active in both legal entities.
--- Check if any related hotfix is available for this case.
--- Create a support request to Microsoft so that the team can look into this.
Kindly check and provide your feedback.
Best regards,Sourav Dam
Kindly mark this thread 'Yes' if this is answered your query which may help other community members in this forum.
As per my understanding the intercompany transactions is not supported for banks. It is possible for ledger accounts, customer and vendor transactions.
Please create a split posting.
That is, in line 1 you enter a voucher where you post your first bank account against a bridge account.
In line 2 you post the bridge account against your second bank account.
Kindly go through the suggestions posted in this thread and let us know if still any challenges left on this case.
Have you been able to get this issue resolved?
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