(IND) Duty Drawback transactions (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: May 24, 2012

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

Click General ledger > Common > EXIM Duty Drawback schemes. In the EXIM Duty Drawback schemes form, click Transactions.

Use this form to view and settle the duty drawback transactions and record the accounting entries in the general ledger.

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Tab

Description

Overview

View the duty drawback transactions that you selected when you applied for the duty drawback. By default, all the transactions are selected in the list.

General

View the sales order line and tax details that pertain to the duty drawback transactions.

Button

Description

Yes to all

Select all the transactions in the list. Only transactions that are selected are included in the duty drawback calculations.

No to all

Clear all the selected transactions in the list.

Post

Post the duty drawback settlement transactions and complete the following actions:

  1. Record the duty drawback settlement transactions to the general ledger accounts.

  2. Update the status of the paid transaction lines to Closed.

  3. Update the Total drawback amount realized field with the total amount that was recorded.

NoteNote

The Post button is available only when the Amount to settle field is updated with a value other than 0 (zero), and when the Status field is set to Applied for all transactions.

Financial dimensions

Enter the financial dimensions account values for the main account and the offset account.

Field

Description

Total drawback amount allowed

The total amount of duty drawback that is allowed.

Total drawback amount realized

The total amount of duty drawback that is realized for the transaction lines that are selected in the grid. This is the total amount that is posted to the general ledger when the duty drawback transactions are processed.

(Duty drawback field group)

Amount to settle

The amount of duty drawback to realize in the current currency. This amount only includes transaction lines that are selected on the Overview FastTab.

Transaction date/time

The posting date in the general ledger.

Product group

The name of the product group that is assigned to the transaction line. The product group determines the duty drawback values that apply to the transaction lines.

Shipping bill

The shipping bill number that the export transactions apply to.

Date

The date of the shipping bill.

Quantity

The shipping bill quantity in the unit of measure that is specified for the duty drawback scheme.

Unit

The unit of measure specified for the duty drawback scheme.

Export value

The assessable value of the export transaction on the basis of the duty drawback unit.

Allowed drawback

The amount of duty drawback that is allowed.

Realized amount

The amount of duty drawback that is realized for the transaction line. This is the amount that is posted to the general ledger when the duty drawback transactions are processed.

Balance amount

The amount of duty drawback to be realized. Transactions that are partially paid, and that therefore have a balance that is more than 0 (zero), remain in the Open transactions form for the customer, if the customer is specified in the Customer account field in the EXIM ports form.

(Overview FastTab)

Amount to settle

The amount of duty drawback to realize for the transaction.

Status

The status of the shipping bill with respect to the duty drawback. The following statuses can be displayed:

  • Applied – The duty drawback transaction is available for posting.

  • Closed –The realized amount is equal to the allowed drawback amount, and the duty drawback transactions are posted to the general ledger.

  • Rejected – The duty drawback transaction was rejected by the authority.

Quantity

The shipping bill quantity.

Unit

The unit of measure that the item is sold in.

Export value

The assessable value of the export transaction.

Customer account

The customs customer that the order was created for.

Drawback amount

The calculated amount of duty drawback for the line item.

Tariff code

The customs tariff code for which the drawback rate is defined.

CENVAT status

The CENVAT credit status for the manufacturer of the item.

The field displays one of the following values:

  • Availed – The manufacturer takes advantage of the CENVAT credit

  • Not availed - The manufacturer does not take advantage of the CENVAT credit.

Rate type

The duty drawback rate type for the line item.

The field displays one of the following values:

  • All industry rate – The rate applies to various product categories as a percentage of the Free On Board (FOB) price of the exported products. A value cap is applied to certain product categories.

  • Brand rate – The rate applies only to special products.

  • Special brand rate – The rate applies to products when the actual duty paid on the input goods is more than the all industry rate that is fixed for the product.

Drawback pct.

The percentage that is used to calculate the duty drawback.

Drawback rate

The rate that is used to calculate the duty drawback amount.

Value cap

The drawback value cap per unit that is used to calculate the duty drawback amount.


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