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FIGL 200 Manual

FIGL 200 Manual

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•Recurring entries are business transactions that are
repeated regularly, such as rent and leases for facilities,
vehicle leases for Purdue owned cars and vans and
month end recharges
•Recurring entries can be defined for G/L accounts,
customers, or vendors
•The following data never changes in recurring entries:

Posting Key (object which identifies the account; vendor,
G/L account, etc. and debit or credit of the line item)

Account
Line item amounts

The user enters this recurring data into a recurring posting document that does not
update the transaction figures. The recurring entry posting program uses this
document as a basis for creating accounting documents.

Via the recurring posting document, the user can specify exactlywhen the system
should carry out a posting using the data contained within it.

To set the dates for the recurring entries, the user can specifya certain posting
frequency in the recurring posting document by entering a periodin months.

The user also can specify the exact day for the posting by entering a day of a
month.

G/L Accounting

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