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Sorry if I don’t use the right terminology here, but I have a colleague that works with financial element of NAV only recently (last month)with no system knowledge and nobody else on site with any knowledge either. I use D365 within warehousing and logistics as an internal consultant, so can’t help directly but hoped to post this on the forums to get them some help.
basically the scenario is when a works order has been posted the cost of the materials for 1000kg of product is £500. However the 1000kg of this item then invoiced to the customer was £600. The financial set up for this company is average costing. And according to the information I believe these two transactions are related as in they produced this 1000kg to ship and invoice to a customer. So you would expect the values to match.
Any ideas out there as to what could be occurring to create this difference? Or any particular advise to where to look or an approach to view the transactions that could be relating to this difference?
The Quantity of 1000KG will certainly post and reduce inventory for the shipment. As for the Revenue and COGS, this will record itself as follows:
Debit - Accounts Receivable - 500 pounds
Credit - Revenue - (500) pounds
Debit - COGS - Average Unit Cost for the Item Shipped
Credit - Inventory - (Average Unit Cost of the Item Shipped)
Now to see this better, I am attaching the posting flow for Purchase and Sales Document.
Hope this helps.
Purchase and Sales Posting.xls
thanks steve helped my colleague understand more
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