Scenario: Settle vendor payments by using payment proposals [AX 2012]

Updated: November 8, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Fabrikam purchased products from vendors 3050, 3075, and 3100. The following invoices have been entered.

Vendor

Invoice

Invoice date

Invoice amount

Due date

Discount date

Discount amount

3050

1001

June 15

500.00

July 15

June 29

10.00

3050

1002

June 20

600.00

July 20

July 4

12.00

3075

1003

June 15

250.00

June 29

0.00

3100

1004

June 17

100.00

July 17

July 1

1.00

On July 1, April pays vendors. She uses a payment proposal to help her complete this task more efficiently.

April clicks Accounts payable > Journals > Payments > Payment journal. She then clicks Payment proposal > Create payment proposal.

April uses the Vendor payment proposal form to define the set of invoices that will be included in the proposal.

April selects By cash discount as the proposal type in the Vendor payment proposal form. For the range of payment dates, she uses June 26 to July 10. The following invoices are included in the proposal:

  • 1001, because the discount date of June 29 is in the range of payment dates

  • 1002, because the discount date of July 4 is in the range of payment dates

  • 1004, because the discount date of July 1 is in the range of payment dates

The following invoice is not included in the proposal:

  • 1003, because the invoice does not have a discount date

April selects Per due date as the proposal type. For the range of payment dates, she uses June 26 to July 10. The following invoice is included in the proposal:

  • 1003, because the due date of June 29 is in the range of payment dates

The following invoices are not included in the proposal:

  • 1001, because the due date of July 15 is outside the range of payment dates

  • 1002, because the due date of July 20 is outside the range of payment dates

  • 1004, because the due date of July 17 is outside the range of payment dates

April selects Due date and cash discount as the proposal type. For the range of payment dates, she uses June 26 to July 10. The following invoices are included in the proposal:

  • 1003, because the due date of June 29 is in the range of payment dates

  • 1001, because the discount date of June 29 is in the range of payment dates

  • 1002, because the discount date of July 4 is in the range of payment dates

  • 1004, because the discount date of July 1 is in the range of payment dates


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