The PO Accrual Reports needs to include all activity that affect the PO Accrual account. The existing PO Accrual Reports only take into account the traditional Receipt of Goods into Inventory and Receipt of those Vendor Bills. There is no way to audit this account if a customer uses Sales Order Drop-shipments.
In the Drop-shipment process, a Receipt of Goods and Bill is entered when the vendor notifies the Acumatica user that their Drop-ship PO has been fulfilled. When this type of Receipt is entered and released, a G/L Transaction creates a Debit to the PO Accrual and a Credit to Accounts Payable.
Once the Sales Order Line that is flagged as Drop-shipped is invoiced and released, the system will create a G/L Transaction (via an Inventory Issue) that will Credit the PO Accrual Account and Debit a Cost of Sales Account.
If there is timing differences between the Vendor Bill and the Customer invoice, this Debit Balance will sit in the PO Accrual and the existing PO Accrual Reports do not take this into account. The existing PO Accrual report do not match the PO Accrual balances and are useless in auditing this account.
Please provide a PO Accrual report that is accurate and takes into account the Drop-ship Feature.
Best answer by Tiffany SeelandView original