(IND) Post bills of entry for import orders [AX 2012]

Updated: October 11, 2012

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

You can use the Bill of entry form to post a bill of entry and attach the bill of entry number to an import order. The bill of entry number is provided by the customs authority.

  1. Click Accounts payable > Common > Purchase orders > All purchase orders. Select the import purchase order to post a bill of entry for.

  2. On the Action Pane, on the Customs tab, click Invoice registration.

  3. In the Invoice registration form, select the import invoice number to associate with the import purchase order, and then click Update. Close the form.

  4. On the All purchase orders list page, on the Action Pane, on the Customs tab, click Bill of entry.

  5. Optional: In the Bill of entry form, select the Bill of entry check box, and then select the bill of entry number.

    Bill of entry numbers are maintained in the Bill of entry number form. For more information, see (IND) Set up a bill of entry number for import orders.

  6. In the lower pane, on the Overview tab, in the Import invoice number field, select the import invoice that is associated with the bill of entry and the import purchase order.

  7. In the Number field, select the bill of entry number.

    NoteNote

    The Number field is not available on the Overview tab if you select the Bill of entry check box on the Parameters tab in the upper pane.

  8. On the Setup tab, in the Bill of entry date field, view or update the bill of entry date.

    The customs duty is calculated based on the bill of entry date.

  9. On the Lines tab, verify that the information for the import purchase order is correct.

    • The net amount is for the selected bill of entry quantity. The unit price of an item is multiplied by the quantity of the item to calculate the net amount.

    • The assessable value is based on the calculation of customs duty. The unit price of the item is multiplied by the quantity of the item and the charge is added to calculate the assessable value.

  10. In the Bill of entry form, click OK to post the bill of entry.


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