Accounting Rules for SO - Service Orders

SO10: Delivery to Customers

When applied

Account entries are created in these situations:

The actual transactions are created in 'Internal Account Entry. Create' (CAS950).

Accounting rules for SO10: Delivery to customers

Rule D/C Name Description
SO10-280   Rounding-off  
SO10-903 C Fictive inventory Used for non-inventory items and service expenses, such as labor and travel.
SO10-910 C Inventory Represents the inventory accounting price of the item. Only used for inventory items.
SO10-951 D Delivered/not invoiced This accounting rule would normally have the same accounting string as the one defined for accounting rule SO20-951. Used for both inventory items and non-inventory items.

SO20: Invoicing

When applied

Account entries 100-190 are created when the invoicing takes place in 'SO Invoice. Print' (SOS180) with the exception of account entries SO20-600 to SO20-981, which are created in 'Internal Account Entry. Create' (CAS950).

References

See Service Order Invoicing.

See Invoicing Service Agreement.

See Correcting Invoices in Rental and Leasing.

See Credit or Correct an Invoice for Service Agreement.

See Invoicing Leasing Agreement.

See Invoicing Rental Agreement.

Accounting rules for SO20: Invoicing

Rule D/C Name Description
SO20-100 D Accounts receivable The debtor's control account on which the invoice is automatically booked in the General Ledger. For internal invoicing, such as for work and material included in an agreement, define exceptions using the customer type as dynamic object to debit an account which in such a scenario is not an accounts receivable control account.
SO20-101 D Cash payment/internal customer Used instead of accounting rule SO20-100 if the invoice refers to a cash order, as defined by the payment terms, or if the customer is internal. To distinguish between these two situations, define exceptions based on dynamic objects such as customer group. The invoice is internal if customer type 7 (Internal) is selected for the payer in 'Customer. Open' (CRS610).
SO20-111 C VAT payable 1 Used when the 'VAT reported on payment day' check box is left cleared for the VAT code in 'VAT Code. Open'(CRS030).
SO20-112 C VAT payable 2 Used when the 'VAT reported on payment day' check box is left cleared in combination with VAT method 2 or 3 in (CRS030).
SO20-113 C Suspense account for VAT payable 1 Used when the 'VAT reported on payment day' check box is selected in (CRS030).
SO20-114 C Suspense account for VAT payable 2 Used when the 'VAT reported on payment day' is selected in combination with VAT method 2 or 3 in (CRS030).
SO20-120 C Sales revenues Represents the revenue account to be credited.
SO20-131 D Discount 1 Represents discount number 1 in the discount model in 'Discount Model. Open' (OIS800). Separate account entries are created for the respective discount number if check box 'Separate accounting of discounts' is selected in 'Settings - Service Order Invoicing' (CRS790/E).
SO20-132 D Discount 2 As SO20-131, but refers to discount number 2 instead.
SO20-133 D Discount 3 As SO20-131, but refers to discount number 3 instead.
SO20-134 D Discount 4 As SO20-131, but refers to discount number 4 instead.
SO20-135 D Discount 5 As SO20-131, but refers to discount number 5 instead.
SO20-136 D Discount 6 As SO20-131, but refers to discount number 6 instead.
SO20-138   Total price difference  
SO20-140 C Order charges Represents the order charge, which is defined in 'CO Charge. Open' (OIS030).
SO20-141 D Offset account for internal order charges Only used if the order charge is defined as internal in (OIS030/E).
SO20-150   Item charges  
SO20-151   Offset account for internal item charges  
SO20-160 C Service charges Represents the service charge, which is defined in 'Service Charge. Open' (OIS031).
SO20-170   Advance invoicing Represents the charged amount (with any VAT deducted) for an advance invoice.
SO20-190   Rounding-off Represents the rounding-off of invoices based on the definitions in 'Currency. Connect Rounding-off Rules' (CRS053).
SO20-280   Rounding-off Represents the rounding-off of internal transactions.
SO20-600 D Claim against receiving facility Used when invoicing spare parts or when services have been delivered from another division.
SO20-610 C Debt against delivering facility Used when invoicing spare parts or when services have been delivered from another division.
SO20-620 C Internal revenue

Represents the internal price a facility in one division has to pay for spare parts or services delivered from a facility in another division.

Only used with MUC triggers 1 and 2.

SO20-907 C Offset account stock transactions

Used when invoicing spare parts or when services have been delivered from another facility belonging to the same division. You can use dynamic object &PFRTO in (CRS395) to distinguish between different transactions in a MUC scenario.

Only used with MUC trigger 1.

SO20-910 C Inventory Represents the inventory accounting price of the item. Only used for inventory items.
SO20-911   Purchase price difference Represents the difference between the internal transfer price and the standard cost in the invoicing facility. Only used with MUC triggers 1 and 2.
SO20-951 C Delivered/not invoiced Represents the offset account to accounting rule SO10-951.
SO20-971 D Cost of goods sold Can be split into its costing components in the product costing model by selecting check boxes 030, 031 and 032 that define the split of COGS into its costing components in 'Settings - Cost Accounting' (CAS900). For details, see the field help text for this check box. You can use dynamic object &PFRTO in (CRS395) to distinguish between different transactions in a MUC scenario.
SO20-980 C Cost of goods sold: Offsetting costing overhead Represents the offset account to accounting rule OI20-981.
SO20-981 C Cost of goods sold: Costing overhead Represent any overhead added after the subtotal for standard cost in the product costing model. For details, see the help text for field '035 Create account entries for COGS overhead' in (CAS900).

SO21: Invoicing Period Accounting

When applied

Account entries are created when service agreements are invoiced with period accounting in 'SO Invoice. Print' (SOS180). If service agreements are used in combination with period accounting, 'Period Accounting. Perform' (SAS160) should be run as part of the company's period end routines. The amounts will then be moved based on accounting event SO20.

References

See Service Order Invoicing.

See Invoicing Service Agreement.

See Correcting Invoices in Rental and Leasing.

See Credit or Correct an Invoice for Service Agreement.

See Invoicing Leasing Agreement.

See Invoicing Rental Agreement.

See Update Periodic Accounting and Display Invoiced Amounts for Period Accounting.

Accounting rules for SO21: Invoicing period accounting

Rule D/C Name Description
SO21-120   Revenues  
SO21-131 D Discount 1 Represents discount number 1 in the discount model in 'Discount Model. Open' (SOS800). Separate account entries are created for the respective discount number if check box 'Separate accounting of discounts' is selected in 'Settings - Service Order Invoicing' (CRS790/E).
SO21-132 D Discount 2 As SO21-131, but refers to discount number 2 instead.
SO21-133 D Discount 3 As SO21-131, but refers to discount number 3 instead.
SO21-134 D Discount 4 As SO21-131, but refers to discount number 4 instead.
SO21-135 D Discount 5 As SO21-131, but refers to discount number 5 instead.
SO21-136 D Discount 6 As SO21-131, but refers to discount number 6 instead.

SO30: Revenue Accruals

When applied

Account entries are created when a customer is invoiced in arrears over a period of time in 'Revenue Accruals. Update' (STS380). The program calculates the accrued revenue at period end and books it in the general ledger using accounting event SO30.

Accounting rules for SO30: Revenue accruals

Rule D/C Name Description
SO30-120   Revenues  
SO30-124   Accrual revenues  
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