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IPV Amount On Partial PO Quantity Is Prorated To Entire Receipt Quantityin Cost Accounting as Acquisition Cost Adjustment (Doc ID 2342592.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Cost Management - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Receipt Accounting - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Purchasing Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Cost Management Cloud Service - Version and later
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IPV amount on partial PO quantity is prorated to entire receipt quantity in cost accounting as acquisition cost adjustment .

The invoice and receipt accounting both created IPV at 4100 = ( 50x ( 200-118) ) for 50 tons @ 200$ price ( orginal PO price is $118 )
But on Cost accounting the value of the acquisition cost adjustment is 1400

Cost Accounting-accounted at 11/8/2017:

Debit: 10250 - Inventory valuation $1,404.18
Credit: 10260 - Receiving inspection $1,404.18

Total IPV amount on invoice is $4,100 ($82 unit variance for 50 tons), we suppose it is allocated on 50 tons that we specified in
invoice line, but when it comes to cost accounting, the total variances got equally allocated on total quantity of PO line, which is
31,129.042 tons, makes the unit IPV = $0.13137. And this IPV got propagated on all completed transactions, eg: PO receipt
quantity 10,661.15, return quantity -1,000.

The IPV is adjusted on the entire unit cost of the PO, there by reducing the impact of the price change

Cost method is actual , with propagate IPV checked on the cost profile.


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