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 Payment per Due Date

Prerequisites

You define that for the items to be paid, only one payment is to take place for each due date. You do this in the payment method in the Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable Implementation Guide under: Start of the navigation path Business Transactions Next navigation step Payments Next navigation step Incoming/Outgoing Payment Creation Next navigation step Define Specifications for Paying Company Code End of the navigation path .

Features

With one payment per due date, you can guarantee that items with differing due dates are paid on the respective due date for data medium exchange. This means that only items that have the same due date are paid together.

In the company code-specific system settings for the payment method, you can define that one payment per due date is to be made for the items to be paid.

The common due date for the items to be paid is saved in the payment header record. You can reference to this date in data medium printing and in data medium exchange. For example, you can transfer an individual execution date for every payment to your house bank.

If the total of the items to be paid produces a credit balance that requires an outgoing payment, the affected items are added to the next due date.

Invoice

1000

Due

10.02.2000

Credit memo

500

Due

11.02.2000

Invoice

200

Due

11.02.2000

Invoice

700

Due

12.02.2000

Grouping according to due date leads to the following result:

Due date

Balance

Action

10.02.2000

1000

Payment can be made

11.02.2000

300-

Payment cannot be made

12.02.2000

700

Payment can be made

In this case, the items from 02/11/2000 are added to 02/12/2000 to produce the following payments:

Due date

Balance

Action

10.02.2000

1000

Payment can be made

12.02.2000

400

Payment can be made