(Dunning Configuration is not designed. This may be configured basing on the client’s credit policy whenever required and basing on the following documentation.)
Define Dunning Areas
In this step, dunning areas can be defined. Dunning areas are used if several organizational units are responsible for carrying out dunning within one company code. These organizational units are referred to as dunning areas. The dunning area can correspond, for example, to a profit center, a distribution channel, a sales organization or a business area.
The individual dunning areas can use different procedures or the same dunning procedure.
The dunning areas with the required dunning procedures are to be entered into the customer or vendor master record if you use different dunning procedures.
Otherwise, the system uses the standard dunning procedure. The dunning area is then entered in the line item. The system enters the dunning area into the master record automatically with the corresponding data.
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) > Enterprise Structure > Assignment > Financial Accounting >Accounts Receivables & Payables>Business Transactions >Dunning > Basic Settings for Dunning > Define Dunning Areas.
Transaction Code OB61
Define Dunning Keys
Define your dunning keys in this step. With the dunning keys, you can limit the dunning level of an item. Define either instead of or in addition to the dunning key whether the items with a dunning key are to be displayed separately in the dunning letter
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) >Enterprise Structure > Assignment > Financial Accounting >Accounts Receivables & Payables >Business Transactions >Dunning > Basic Settings for Dunning > Define Dunning Keys.
Transaction Code OB17
Define Dunning Block Reasons
In this step, you define the reasons for a dunning block under a key. The key can be entered in an item or in the account of a business partner. Blocked items or accounts are not considered for the dunning run
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) > Enterprise Structure > Assignment > Financial Accounting >Accounts Receivables & Payables>Business Transactions >Dunning > Basic Settings for Dunning > Define Dunning Block Reasons.
Transaction Code OB18
What is Dunning Procedures?
In this activity you enter the settings that control the dunning program by:
Specifying the company codes to include in dunning: You specify these company codes when configuring the dunning program
Setting up the dunning procedure you want to use: Dunning procedures are company code independent. They determine the dunning interval, the grace periods for the due date determination, and the number of dunning levels. You can also set the dunning level at which you want to list all due items from an account in the dunning notice.
Setting the dunning charges: You can either specify a fixed charge or have the system calculate the charge on the basis of a percentage rate you specify.
Specifying the net payment due date at which a particular dunning level is reached.
Specifying the dunning notice you want to send to your customers: You have to define one or more forms for the notice.
Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) > Enterprise Structure> Assignment Financial Accounting >Accounts Receivables & Payables >Business Transactions >Dunning > Dunning Procedures > Define Dunning Procedures.
Transaction Code FBMP
Following are the sample settings available:
Dunning Level Settings
Dunning Charges Settings
Dunning Minimum Amount Settings
Dunning Text Settings
Also See: What is Excise invoice in SAP?
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