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EEX 9.1+: Cash Advance Payment Accounting Entries Not Balanced When it is Paid in a Different Currency (Doc ID 2143317.1)

Last updated on JUNE 10, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Expenses - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When a Cash Advance is paid in foreign currency, the payment accounting entries are not balanced as there are no realized gain/loss line that is generated.

Steps:
1. Base currency of the employee is PHP.
2. Employee Requested a Cash Advance amounting 6,500 PHP.
3. From page update stage payment for cash advance : change the payment bank to reflect USD currency instead of PHP.
4. In Accounts Payable pay the cash advance transaction : payment is 6,500 PHP/40.9 = 158.92 USD
    Note: Current exchange rate from PHP to USD in the system is 1 USD = 40.90 PHP.
5. Post Payment.

Actual Result :
Payment amount in Expenses is : 158.92 USD * 40.9 = 6499.83 PHP

Expected result :
Payment should be 6,500 PHP

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Cause

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