FICA Reconciliation Key Close & Transfer to FI

light111FICA reconciliation key close and transfer them to FI


Below we have CI Billing Docs created from CI BITs.

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Let’s do an invoicing and here we can provide a reconciliation key.

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Now the selection picks the 4 CI billing docs.

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The reconciliation key doesn’t exists and the system creates it.

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Reconciliation key  is now created.

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Here we have a single invoicing doc .

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We have a single posting document[ it is posted to FICA as open items].

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Posting doc details-

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Posting doc header.

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Now we have few more CI billing docs and lets invoice them with the same reconciliation key .

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Invoicing doc-

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The posting document-

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Posting Doc header-

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Let’s display the reconciliation key.

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Provide the reconciliation key .

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See the document itemization.

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So we have 2 posting documents[ generated from 2 invoicing doc] details-

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Now let’s close the reconciliation key  and the make transfer to FI.


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Provide the reconciliation key .

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Choose Close.

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Yes to confirm the close of reconciliation key .

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So now, the reconciliation key  is closed but not yet transferred to FI G/L.

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Execute- FPG1

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On the selection we an provide the details and execute.

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Now it is transferred to FI G/L.

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Select the object key and choose accounting document.

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We have 2 posting doc assigned to the reconciliation key  and during the transfer to FI G/L it is summarized and one accounting doc created with the credit and debit lines.

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Accounting doc header.

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Now if we see again the reconciliation key , the transfer to FI is done.

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We can see the document flow to see the FI accounting doc.

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Execute the Tr- FBL3N to see the G/L line items.

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Provide the G/L account and we can see the details-

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