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06/24/2021 11:34 AM

    A vendor has supplied an itemized quote with a flat discount at the bottom of quote. How do you create PO so PO Total equals final quote amount?

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    06/30/2021 10:16 AM

    Use MA08 and create an add on cost that is a discount on the PO --> Header --> Miscellaneous Add On Cost.  The "gotcha" is if AP doesn't match to it and instead adds their own discount - the PO doesn't close until you go back to the header and "cancel" it from PO20 and run PO190.

    I'm attaching what ours looks like - you'll need the posting/difference accounts from Finance for errors - but the key is No Spread so the buyer can fill it out on PO20.

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    07/06/2021 11:35 AM
    Thanks for the reply.
    First, I could not get your attachment to open...critical error?
    We do have 2 discount codes for the Miscellaneous Add-on Costs...
    Spread Method = Amount; Type = Allowance; Landed Flag = Yes
    Spread Method = No Spread; Type = Allowance; Landed Flag = No
    Once the code has been decided, do I put the discount $ amount in the Total Add-on Cost field? and do you put it in as a negative or positive amount?
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    07/15/2021 12:31 PM
    pglibra- You put it in as a positive amount. The AOC Type determines whether the amount will be subtracted from or added to the total amount. Type C (Cost) adds to; Type A (Allowance) subtracts from.
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    07/21/2021 9:45 AM
    Thank you both. We don't have many instances of this but good to know how to configure PO.
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