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Is anybody aware of a way in which we can use the "Suggest Charge Assignment" functionality when assigning duty to purchase receipt lines?
Some of our receipts have hundreds of lines, some of which are dutiable, some are not. It is very time consuming trying to go through and manually assign.
The items on NAV have relevant tariff and duty rates showing on the card, so I would have thought there would be a way to suggest assignment based on these expected costs?
Any help would be very much appreciated!!
In your case i would look at adding the duty as indirect cost instead of using Item charge. At least if the duty is a fixed percentage that you can define on the item level. Then you can have your calculated duty reconciled against actual duty on a regular basis.
Have you considered a solution like that?
Please refer to the doc below, seems help:
Hi, I hope the links below can give you some new inspiration.
how to assign prepaid freight to Items to be received or already received
You have options when receiving the Duty Invoice from the Freight Forwarder. You can use the Charge(Item) and use Suggest to do an auto-apply the dollars to the Posted receipt documents. Or you can use Indirect % to apply a pre-defined percentage factor to add the Landed Cost to the Unit Cost for Duty.
Both are simple to achieve and I recommend testing both in a Sandbox. Most of my customers still use Suggest as they want the actual and feel this is important to costing and audit.
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