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HI

At present we are capturing only cost of goods manufactured. As a correct method cost of goods manufactured is calculated at factory level. when same goods transfer from factory to depot som additional cost ( frt ) is incurrred .

I want to see in CK11N the cost of a material at depot as cost of goods sold ( which is factory cost ) + other cost which is incurred at depot ( which total will call as cost of goods sold) , is it possible

what config changes would involved?

Reagrds,

Anagha

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Yes ofcourse it is possible.

You have to use costing sheet for calculating sales overhead and run STD cost estimation.

In the costing variant, findout the valuation variant in whcih you do the following setting

in the tab page "OVERHEAD" attach the costing sheet for semifinished material in which you define the base cost element for overhead and % overhead on the base cost element given

A costing sheet consists of one or more of the following lines:

Base lines

These contain the amount or quantity on which the overhead is calculated.

Calculation lines

These contain the percentage rate to be applied to one or more base lines.

Totals lines

These contain the sum of the base amount and calculated amounts.

Costing sheets are used in the following components:

Overhead Orders (CO-OM-OPA) and Product Cost Controlling (CO-PC), where they are used to calculate overhead

Profitability Analysis (CO-PA), where they are used to calculate anticipated values

Overhead Cost Controlling (CO-OM), where they are used to calculate resource prices

details as below

Define Costing Sheets

In this IMG activity you define a costing sheet.

The costing sheet integrates all elements of overhead costing. It consists of the following rows that are processed during the calculation:

Base rows

Base rows contain the calculation base of the overhead costing: the cost elements and origins to which overhead is to be applied.

You can take the calculation bases directly from the costing sheet and then maintain them as necessary, or define them separately in the IMG activityDefine Calculation Base.

Overhead rows

You define the overhead rows by assigning an overhead rate to them. An overhead row references one or more base rows or totals rows. The amount contained in these rows, along with the percentage rate calculated using the overhead rates, determines the overhead amount.

You can take the overhead rates directly from the costing sheet and then maintain them as necessary, or define them separately in the IMG activitiesorDefine Quantity-Based Overhead Rate.

The overhead row contains a credit key that defines which object (cost center or order) is credited during the overhead calculation.

You can either take the credit keys directly from the costing sheet and then maintain them as necessary, or define them separately in theDefine Credit activity.

Totals Rows

No calculation bases or overhead rates are assigned to the totals rows. They are used only to form subtotals or end totals.

Prerequisite

You should already have read the "Define overhead costs" section.

Activities

1. Check whether the delivered costing sheets meet your requirements.

If necessary, change the standard costing sheets to meet your requirements, or define your own sheets.

2. If you want to create a costing sheet, you have the following possibilities in the "Change Costing Sheet: Overview" screen:

a) If you want to copy an existing sheet, select the sheet you want to copy and choose "Copy as...".

b) If you want to create a new sheet, choose "New entries".

3. Enter a sheet abbreviation and a name, and choose "Enter". The new costing sheet appears in the overview.

4. To define the sheet, proceed as follows:

a) Select the sheet you want and choose "Costing sheet rows".

b) Define a Base Row.

c) Choose Maintain accrual calculation.

d) Define an Overhead Row .

e) Define an Overhead Rate .

f) Define a Credit.

g) Define a Totals Row.

h) Then save the costing sheet after maintenance is completed.

Extra Information for the "Display Costing Sheet Rows: Overview"

NOTE

If you want to maintain credits for all business areas, proceed as follows:

1. Choose Maintain accrual calculation.

2. Select the overhead structure

3. Choose Structure

4. Select a row in which a credit is displayed

5. Choose Goto -> Credit.

6. Enter the required controlling area.