(IND) Apply for duty drawback (DBK) for an export order [AX 2012]

Updated: April 25, 2012

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

Complete the following steps to apply for duty drawback, and to generate the duty drawback transactions and accounting entries:

  1. Run the EXIM duty drawback periodic process.

  2. View the duty drawback transactions, and post the accounting entries.

After you complete the procedures, the following actions are performed:

  • The duty drawback is posted. The DBK voucher number is generated according to the number sequence that is specified in the Incentive scheme parameters form.

  • The duty drawback amount is posted to the port authority customer account that is specified in the EXIM ports form. If the port authority customer account is not specified, the duty drawback amount is posted to the receivable account that is specified in the Incentive scheme parameters form.

  • The posted shipping bills are cleared from the Total duty drawback amount form.

  • An entry is created in the EXIM Duty Drawback schemes form. The drawback ID is generated according to the DBK internal ID number sequence that is specified in the Number sequences area in the Incentive scheme parameters form. Also, the status of the transaction line is updated to Applied.

Run the EXIM duty drawback process

NoteNote

You can complete this procedure only if the Duty drawback check box is selected in the DBK area in the Incentive scheme parameters form.

  1. Click General ledger > Periodic > India > EXIM duty drawback.

  2. In the Duty drawback form, in the Port ID field, select the port ID that is assigned to the shipping bills to process.

  3. In the Product group field, select the product group that includes the items for which you are applying for duty drawback.

  4. In the Start date/time field, select the start date and start time for the period that includes the shipping bills to process.

  5. In the End date/time field, select the end date and end time for the period that includes the shipping bills to process.

  6. In the Transaction date/time field, select the date and time to use to post the transaction in the ledger. This is the date that is assigned to the ledger transactions when they are generated.

  7. In the Detail level field, select Details or Summary to specify the summarization level for the shipping bills.

  8. Click OK.

View the duty drawback transactions and post accounting entries

  1. In the Total duty drawback amount form, view the following information.

    Location in the form

    Description

    The Total drawback amount allowed field

    The sum of the allowed drawback amounts for the specified date range. This amount is calculated based on the criteria that you select when you apply for duty drawback.

    The Overview FastTab

    The shipping bill line details.

    The Drawback amount field

    The amount of the duty drawback.

    The Allowed drawback field

    The amount of the duty drawback that is eligible to be claimed.

    For more information about how the allowed drawback amount is calculated, see (IND) About EXIM duty drawback (DBK) incentive schemes.

    The General FastTab

    Any updates to sales order fields and customer fields for the duty drawback transactions.

  2. Click Financial dimensions to enter the financial dimensions for the account or offset account for each line item.

  3. Click OK to generate the accounting entries for the duty drawback transactions.


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