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/ILE/TMPO - Invoice Annexing

/ILE/TMPO - Invoice Annexing

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You can use the invoice annexing function to meet the Israel-specific legal requirements about inflation adjustment for materials. To incorporate changes to your material prices in your accounting, you can use the following annexing packages:

  • Annexing using the monthly cost-of-living index published by the Bank of Israel
  • Foreign currency annexing

You have created an annexing package using the /ILE/TANP transaction.

Depending on the annexing type you want to use, you need to make the following Customizing settings:

  • Index annexing: You have entered the cost-of-living and other indexes values using the /ATL/GLV transaction.
  • Currency annexing: You have entered the relevant currency values using the OB08 transaction.

  1. If you create purchasing contracts, you make entries in the Annexing Package, Annex Date Type, Base Date, Limit Date, Start Date, and Derivation Percentage fields on the Header screen. The annexing data is copied from the contract header to the items. When you create a reference purchase order, the system copies the annexing data from the contract to the purchase order.
  2. If you create purchase orders without purchasing contracts, you make annexing-relevant entries when you create the purchase order using the ME21N transaction. You enter values in the Annexing Package, Annex Date Type, Base Date, Limit Date, Start Date, and Derivation Percentage fields on the Annex Data tab page. You can make entries at both the header and the item level. Annexing data is copied from the header to new items. After you assign an annexing package to the purchase order, you can make the required entries on the Annex Pack. Data screen.
  3. When you enter the vendor invoice using the MIRO transaction, you select the Annexed Invoice checkbox. The system then calculates an annexed invoice amount using the annexing calculation.

You want to use index and currency annexing. To enable the system to calculate the annexed amounts, you define an annexing package as follows:

Component Description Weight % Weight Amount
01 Index 60.00 0
02 Currency 50.00 0

Component 1 contains one line as follows:

Field Value
Index ID 80
Annex Frequency 1 (every month)

Component 2 contains one line as follows:

Field Value
From Currency USD
To Currency ILS
Annex Frequency 1 (every month)

You want to annex an invoice with the amount of 200 ILS. The posting date type is 2 and the posting date of the goods receipt is 15.2.2004.

When you create the purchase order, you enter an annexing package , the posting date of the goods receipt as the annexing date type 2 and the following key dates:

Date Type Date
Base date 1.1.2003
Limit date 1.6.2004

The system determines that the posting date of the goods receipt is not later than the defined limit date of 1.6.2004. This means annexing should be done between 01.01.2003 and 01.06.2004. Since the goods receipt posting date is 15.2.2004, the annexing is until 15.02.2013.

According to each line in the components of the annexing package, the system looks for the value of the index or the exchange rate at the beginning date of the annexing and compares it to the index or the exchange rate at the annexing determined date. The system finds that your Customizing settings for index 80 and the currency exchange from USD to ILS are as follows:

Date Type Date Index ID Index Value Exchange Rate from USD to ILS
Start date 1.1.2003 80 50 4.00
Determined date 15.2.2004 80 55 4.2

To calculate the annexing amounts, the system first calculates the indexing rate for this period. The rates are calculated as follows:

  • Using index values: 55/50 – 1 = 0.10
  • Using currency : 4.2/4.00 – 1 = 0.05

Next the system checks the weight of each component and finds the rates as follows:

  • Rate for component 1: 0.6 * 0.1 = 0.06
  • Rate for component 2: 0.5 * 0.05 = 0.025

The overall rate is 1 + 0.06 + 0.025 = 1.085.

The original invoice amount is 200. Taking the overall rate into account, the overall annexed amount is 200 * 1.085 = 217.






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