(IND) Set up incentive scheme parameters for DFIA [AX 2012]

Updated: July 21, 2012

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

Before you can use the Duty Free Import Authorization (DFIA) incentive scheme, you must set up the details of the scheme that pertain to the recording of customs duty and incentive scheme amounts. Use the Incentive scheme parameters form to enable the DFIA incentive scheme and enter the details.

  1. Click General ledger > Setup > General ledger parameters. Click Sales tax, and then on the General FastTab, click Incentive schemes.

  2. In the Incentive scheme parameters form, click DFIA.

  3. In the Activate field group, select the Duty Free Import Authorization check box to enable the DFIA incentive scheme.

    NoteNote

    The fields in the DFIA area become available only after you enable the incentive scheme. If you clear the Duty Free Import Authorization check box after you enter values in the other fields, all fields in the area become unavailable, except this check box. However, the values that you entered in the fields are retained.

  4. In the Import validity field group, in the Period interval list, select an appropriate time unit for the import validity period. Then, in the Period field, enter the validity period to calculate the import expiration date.

    For example, you select Months in the Period interval list and enter 18 in the Period field. In this case, the goods must be imported within 18 months of the authorization date.

  5. In the Export validity field group, in the Period interval list, select an appropriate time unit for the export validity period. Then, in the Period field, enter the validity period to calculate the export expiration date.

    For example, you select Months in the Period interval list and enter 24 in the Period field. In this case, the goods must be exported within 24 months of the authorization date.

  6. In the Assessable value pct. field, enter the percentage that is applied to the export assessable value to calculate the import assessable value.

  7. Select the Post financial voucher check box to post the financial entries for the exempt duty amount.

  8. In the Benefit account list, select the default account that is used to post the financial entries for the exempt duty amount.

  9. Select the Allow purchase check box to allow the purchase of a DFIA authorization.

  10. Select the Allow sale check box to allow the sale of a DFIA authorization.

  11. In the left pane, click Number sequences. Then, on the DFIA internal ID row, select the number sequence for authorization numbers that are created for new authorizations.

  12. On the DFIA voucher row, select the number sequence for vouchers that are created when you post transactions for the DFIA.


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