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Accounting records affected

Updated on January 18, 2022
  • Service level rule – Defines an aging schedule in either calendar or business days. Referenced in the write-off map value rules and the reschedule option on the write-off work queues.
    • FinWriteOffAfter30
    • FinWriteOffAfter60
    • FinWriteOffAfter90
  • Map value rule – References the service level that is applied to set the scheduled write- off date of the suspenseentry.
    • FinPayableWriteOffSLA
    • FinReceivableWriteOffSLA
  • HTML rule – Creates the list of service level rule options for rescheduling the write-off of a suspense entry.
    • FinWriteOffReschedule

The following screen shot shows the form you use to set up a service level. This is the service level rule for Financial Write-off after 30 calendar days.

The following screen shot shows the map value rule that you complete to set up the payable write- off criteria, referencing a service level.

The following screen shot shows the map value rule that you complete to set up the receivable write-off criteria, referencing a service level. If <$100 – write-off in 30 days, <10000.00 write-off in 60 days, otherwise write off in 90 days.

The following screen shot shows the HTML and the When statement that indicates the service level rules to be displayed as reschedule options.

Note: Define your service levels first. There should be a service level record for every possible schedule. Then, define the decision maps for payables and receivables that reference the service levels established on the opening ofthe suspense entry.

In some situations, you may need to create more than one decision map. For example, if a receivable write-off is scheduled for 90 days on the open of a suspense entry, but managers may have the option of postponing for an additional 30 days, you must create two maps: one for 90 days and one for 30 days.

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