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WS: 30: Assigning Cost Extras and Add-Ons to Cost Components (P30026) (Doc ID 1494496.1)

Last updated on MAY 02, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Product Data Management - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


To explain in detail the cost methods that can be used to apply Cost Extras (a.k.a Extra Costs, Add-Ons Rates, Factors, etc.).


Cost extras represent indirect costs that cannot be attributed directly to a certain production process or operation, but must be accounted for in product costing for an item.


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In this Document
 Extra Cost (Add-On) Setup for Standard & Actual Costing
 Methods to Assign Cost Extras and/or Add-Ons
 Method 1: Assign a net added value Manually
 Method 2: Assign Predefined Factor and Rate value
 Method 3: Assign a calculated net added value based on another cost component’s Total value, (field XSCR ) by using the ampersand (&) symbol
 Method 4: Assign a calculated net added value based on another cost component’s Net Added value field (XSMC) by using the asterisk (*) symbol
 Method 5: Assign a calculated value by multiplying any needed rate and factor value. No need to include a pre-defined factor and rate code in this method
 Symptom: Extra Costs Increment Every Time that Standard Costs are Simulated
 Journal Entries for Cost Extras
 Material Burden and Cost Extras
 Question 1 - How to add on a percentage markup of Total for a parent item after all related costs have been rolled into its cost?
 Question 2 - If adding an Extra Cost (Xx) to the outside operation item, is it supposed to roll into the parent's Dx cost type or not?
 Question 3 - How can you remove Extra Cost type and Add-on calculations in the Items Cost Component? (i.e. X2)?
 Question 4 - How are Extra Costs Added to Items using the Actual Costing Methodology?

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