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Discrepancy in Intercompany Accounting Entries for a Payment Event (Doc ID 2821186.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Payables Cloud Service - Version 11.13.21.07.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


The is a particular scenario for an interncompany invoice payment that was accounted but the Customer is expecting to have the intercompany accounting entry created for each balancing segment.

There are two documents:

Invoice event using the balancing segment 53000
Credit memo using the balancing segment 51000

The automatic offset set YES at account level

The final payment was created combining those two documents using an internal bank account using the cash clearing balancing segment 90000
The accounting lines created were:
  CCID ACCOUNT DEBIT CREDIT
Liability 53245 51000-100-201090-0000-00000-00000-00000 cr 48.94 ==> credit memo
Cash clearing 10270 90000-400-101108-0000-00000-00000-00000 cr 45686.87
Liability 55589 53000-100-201090-0000-00000-00000-00000 db 45735.81 ==> invoice
INTER 755387 53000-100-200170-0000-90000-00000-00000 db 45735.81
INTER 755397 90000-400-200170-0000-53000-00000-00000 cr 45735.81
INTRA 755293 51000-100-200170-0000-90000-00000-00000 cr 45686.87
INTRA 755276 90000-400-200170-0000-51000-00000-00000 db 45686.87

The Customer expects to get the following accounting information

CCID Account Class Debit Credit
55589 53000-100-201090-0000-00000-00000-00000 Liability 45,735.81
10270 90000-400-101108-0000-00000-00000-00000 Cash clearing 45,735.81
53245 51000-100-201090-0000-00000-00000-00000 Liability -48.94
10270 90000-400-101108-0000-00000-00000-00000 Cash clearing 48.94
755397 90000-400-200170-0000-53000-00000-00000 Intercompany 45,735.81
755387 53000-100-200170-0000-90000-00000-00000 Intercompany 45,735.81
755276 90000-400-200170-0000-51000-00000-00000 Intracompany 48.94
755293 51000-100-200170-0000-90000-00000-00000 Intracompany 48.94



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Cause

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