In most invoices there are many options for processing delivery but in some there is only one option “create delivery note.” Why are options different for different invoices when everything is same?
For large invoices where there are variations on item level in the accessible value in bill of entry compared to auto-calculated value based on our purchase order, entry exchange rate and other values considered by customs department, or where GST rate applied by customs department is different from what we have considered, it is difficult and time consuming to find the exact item. We often have imports with more than 2000 items in same invoice. For such large invoices we get split bill of entry. If all the values are matching, it is just few clicks to complete the import but again for such large imports all the values rarely match. Is there any shorter way to match these values?
Please check our purchase invoice number TEMP1400. Original bills are attached. There is a difference of Rs 8 which we are not able to find where.
In our old system we were not taking bonded warehouse stock into our inventory but just making journal entry. Since we have very few such transactions, this was working for us before GST but after GST even these few imports became difficult to handle. What is the correct way to do it in Tuhund ERP? We are ok if we have to make changes in our process or fine tune it but like our regular business we want to manage this too systematically.
In the purchase order we want vat to be calculated after discount amount
total amount 21260.00
special discount: 260.00
vat 5 pc 1050.00
the error is vat is calculate on the total amount example 21260*5pc=1063
for reference the purchase order # SAF23647
In Inventory Aging Analysis there is a column for storage cost. Where is the data coming for that? There are also columns for minimum, maximum, mean, median, mode and standard deviation. Does storage cost influence them?