(IND) Authorization approval details (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: May 24, 2012

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

Click General ledger > Common > EXIM Authorization schemes. In the Status column, select an authorization that has a status of Applied, and then, on the Action Pane, in the Functions group, click Approve.

Use this form to record the details of an export-import (EXIM) incentive scheme authorization that was issued by the customs authority.

The following table provides descriptions for the controls in this form.



Authorization number

Enter the reference ID for the authorization that was issued by the customs authority.

Issue date

Enter the date on which the authorization was issued.


Select this check box to indicate that the authorization is transferable.


The authorization must be transferable for you to sell or split it when the export obligation is fulfilled.

Import assessable value

Enter the extended cost, insurance, and freight (CIF) value for the authorization.

Export assessable value

Enter the extended Free On Board (FOB) value for the authorization.

Import expiration date

Enter the expiration date for applying the incentive scheme to imported goods.

Export expiration date

Enter the expiration date of the export obligation for the incentive scheme.

Tax ledger posting group

Select the tax ledger posting group that the taxes are posted to. The tax ledger posting group must have a tax type of Customs. The tax type is specified in the Tax ledger posting groups form.

IEC number

Select the importer-exporter code (IEC) number for the company.

Transaction date

Select the date for posting the authorization to the ledger.

Tax component

Select the tax component that is eligible for the incentive scheme.

Ledger account

The ledger account that is specified for the incentive scheme receivable account in the Tax ledger posting groups form.


Enter the exempt duty amount in the default currency.

Offset account

Select the offset account for posting the exempt duty amount. The default account is the account that is selected in the Benefit account field for the incentive scheme in the Incentive scheme parameters form. You can change the offset account, if you need to.

Tax code

Select the tax code for the exempt duty amount.

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