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Object documentationLanded Costs: Items Tab

 

Use this tab to display the data regarding the imported goods as copied from goods receipt PO documents.

To access the tab, choose   Purchasing – A/P  Landed Costs  Items  .

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This topic documents fields and other elements in this window that either are not self-explanatory or require additional information.

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Landed Costs Items Tab Fields
Item No.

Item numbers of the imported items, as displayed in the selected goods receipt PO documents..

Qty

Imported quantities of the items in the selected goods receipt PO documents.

Base Doc. Price

Unit price that appears in the Item row of the goods receipt PO documents.

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If a discount was given in the goods receipt PO document, SAP Business One calculates the FOB price as the row price minus the discount amount. This price reflects the net vendor price, excluding import costs.

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Base Doc. Value

Total price that appears in the Item row of the goods receipt PO documents.

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If a discount was given in the goods receipt PO document, SAP Business One calculates the FOB price as the row price minus the discount amount. This price reflects the net vendor price, excluding import costs.

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This field is only available for companies managing a perpetual inventory.

Proj. Cust.

Projected customs. It is calculated per unit by multiplying the base document price by the customs rate defined for each item and according to the linked customs group. You can change the value if the value calculated in this field is not the actual amount you are required to pay.

If you selected the Include for Customs checkbox on the Costs tab for one of the landed costs, the projected customs value is recalculated as follows:

(FOB + Included Landed Costs) * fixed customs rate / quantity per line.

Customs Value

Total value of customs per row. If the value calculated in this field is not the actual amount you are required to pay, you can change this value.

Expenditure

Expenses for each item unit as calculated in the current document.

According to the landed costs allocation, this value is the weighted ratio of each item, without the overall costs calculated in the document.

Alloc. Costs Val.

Value of landed costs allocated to the item row.

This field is only available for companies managing a perpetual inventory.

Whse Price

The price of the imported item in your warehouse, calculated as follows:

Freight + expected customs + base document price

Total

Value calculated by multiplying the price in the warehouse by the imported quantity.

Total Costs

Sum of the customs value plus the allocated costs value.

This field is only available for companies managing a perpetual inventory.

Warehouse

Warehouse in which the imported item is located.

Release No.

Release number for customs purposes.

Var. Costs

Variable costs per item. This field is only relevant for companies not managing a perpetual inventory.

Const. Costs

Total expenditure taken from the Costs tab divided by quantity.

Customs

Total value of customs per line in local currency.

FOB and Included Costs

This value is calculated as follows:

Free on board, that is, the purchase price + (total amount of landed costs included for customs / total quantity) * (quantity per line).

Project

If required, specify the project to which the landed cost of the item is allocated. If you defined the project in the source goods receipt PO or landed cost documents, the field displays the project code by default.

Distr. Rule

If required, specify the distribution rule for the landed costs row. The default value comes from row information of the source documents (goods receipt POs or landed costs documents).

  • For perpetual inventory companies:

    • If you define the distribution rule here, it appears in the Distr. Rule field for the customs allocation account or customs expense account row in the journal entry.

    • If you leave this field empty, the default distribution rule for the customs allocation account or customs expense account appears in the Distr. Rule field for the corresponding journal entry row.

  • For non-perpetual inventory companies, a change in this field does not apply to journal entries because posting a landed costs document does not create a journal entry.

Projected Customs

Projected customs are calculated automatically as follows:

Projected customs = (FOB + included for customs landed costs) x fixed customs rate %

Actual Customs

Actual customs are calculated as follows:

Actual customs = (FOB + included for customs landed costs) x fixed customs rate %.

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The fixed customs rate is defined in the Customs Group field on the Purchasing Data tab of the item master data.

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Specify the actual customs amount. If the data in SAP Business One is accurate, this amount equals the value in the Proj. Customs field. If the amounts are different, SAP Business One displays a window with an option to divide different amounts equally.

Customs Affects Inventory

If you select this option, the customs fees affect the inventory value. This field is only available for companies managing a perpetual inventory.

Total Freight Charges

Sum of expenditure * quantity for all lines.

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For perpetual inventory, this is the sum of total costs.

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Amount to Balance

Difference between the sum of amounts on the Costs tab and the Total Freight Charges value on the Items tab.

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In perpetual inventory, you can only post the document if the value is zero.

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Remarks

Displays the reference numbers or the vendor numbers for the goods receipt PO used in the landed costs document, and depends on the default settings made. You can change the remarks, if necessary.

Before Tax

Sum of base document price + (expenditure*quantity) + projected customs.

Tax 1

Enter the tax amount relevant for the imported items. This has no impact on the journal entry.

Tax 2

Enter the tax amount relevant for the landed costs. This has no impact on the journal entry.

Total

Displays the overall amount of the document (before Tax+Tax 1+Tax 2).

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