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SAP FI/CO Step by Step FLOW

JAN 18 Posted by Manoj Kanwar Rathore 1. Basic settings. Define company. Company code. Business area. Chart of accounts. Account groups. Fiscal year variant. Field status variant Document types and number ranges. Define retained earnings account. Tolerance group for employees and GI, A/CS. Assigning all above definition to company code.

2. General Ledger (GL) GL master creation. Journal entry posting in INR. Journal entry posting in foreign currencies. Blocking a GL posting. Unblocking a GL account. Parking a document. Holding a document. Reference document. Sample documents. Account assignment model. Recurring entries. Open item management. Full clearing.

Residual clearing. Reversal. Normal reversal. Mass reversal. Reversal of the reversal. Account display. Document display.

3. Account receivable (AR) Account group creation (SD and FI customers). Field status reconciliation A/C. Define No. range group and number ranges. Assign No. range group to account groups. Creation of tolerance group for customers. GL A/C creation. Customer master creation. Document types and No. ranges. Posting keys. Dunning. Credit memo. Party statement.

4. Account payable (AP) Account group creation (MM and FI vendors) Field status (Reconciliation A/C) Define No. range group and No. ranges. Assign No. range group to account groups. Define tolerance group for vendors. GL A/C creation. Vendor master creation. Posting keys. House banks. Credit memo. Party statement.

5. Asset management (Asset accounting) (AM / AA) Acquisition (Asses master creation) Depreciation keys (SLM, WDR) Sale of asset. Scrapping of an asset. Transferring of an asset from one business area to another. FI MM integration. FI SD integration. Taxes.

6. GL reports. Chart of accounts list. Balance sheet. Trial balance. General ledger list.

7. AR reports. List of customers. Customer wise sales. Due date analysis for open items. Customer wise advances. Customer ledger.

8. AP reports. List of vendors. Vendor wise purchase. Due date analysis for open items. Vendor wise advances.

9. AM reports. Asset wise values. Asset wise values (Year wise) Asset wise values (Month wise)

Projected depreciation. Schedule wise depreciation.

10.Controlling. Introduction to controlling. Importance of controlling. Basic settings for controlling. Overhead cost controlling. Cost elements accounting. Primary cost elements. Secondary cost elements. Cost center accounting. Internal orders. Activity based costing (ABC). Product cost (Integrated with PP and MM). Profitability analysis (Integrated with SD). Profit center accounting.

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