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Oracle Payable Complete Business flows

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Oracle Payable Complete Business flows

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Oracle Payable Complete Business flows

  1. 1. Enter invoice Validate invoice Pay invoice A/P 100,000 60,000 10,000 30,000 Transfer information Create accountingto general ledger entries in Subledger Accounting
  2. 2. Select validated invoice Pay invoice Create paymentsRecord manualpayment
  3. 3. Subledger GeneralAccounting LedgerPayables E-Business Tax
  4. 4. Create Post Mass 1 Mass 3 Additions AdditionsPayables FA Mass Assets Additions Prepare 2 Mass Additions
  5. 5. Create Transfer to 1 Accounting 2 General Ledger SubledgerPayables Accounting General Ledger
  6. 6. Recalculate Taxes View Tax ValidateEnter Click Lines and InvoiceInvoice Calculate Distributions Tax
  7. 7.  You may be required to withhold taxes from your supplier invoices. Once you set up Payables to automatically withhold tax, you can withhold tax during payment processing. You can control all withholding tax options in the Withholding Tax region of the Payables Options window.
  8. 8.  Withholding tax invoices are automatically created in the name of the tax authority & tax payments are made against these invoices.
  9. 9. Enter invoice Enter supplier Validate invoice Pay invoice Match to PO Create PO Create accounting entries in SubledgerEnter Purchase AccountingRequisitions
  10. 10.  Standard Credit Memo Debit Memo Prepayment Withholding Tax
  11. 11. • Type • Supplier • Currency Invoice Header • Terms • Number Invoice Lines • Type• Amount Scheduled • Amount Distributions• Pay Date Payments • Charge Acct.
  12. 12. Invoices Window Other Features Invoice Header  Actions General  Calculate Tax Lines Holds  Tax Details View Payments  Match Scheduled Payments  Distributions View Prepayment Applications
  13. 13.  Invoice Type Trading Partner Invoice Header Supplier Number Supplier Site Invoice Date Invoice Number Invoice Lines Amount Description Payment Terms Scheduled Payment Method Distributions Payments
  14. 14.  Type Invoice Header  Item  Freight  Miscellaneous  Tax Invoice Lines Amount Scheduled Distributions Payments
  15. 15.  GL Date Invoice Header Account Track as Asset Description Invoice Lines Scheduled Distributions Payments
  16. 16.  System holds Manual holds  Supplier hold  Invoice hold  Scheduled payment hold
  17. 17. The Payment Workbench, (Payments window)accessible through the Invoice Workbench, is used togenerate: - Manual payment - Quick payment - Refund
  18. 18.  A prepayment is a type of invoice you enter to make an advance payment to a supplier or employee. You can later apply the prepayment to one or more invoices you receive from the supplier or employee to offset the amount paid to them.
  19. 19.  Ensure: 1.InvoiceValidation 2.Create Accounting 3.Transfer to GL

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