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Significance of Non valuated GR

Former Member
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HI,

Can anyone explain the business reason for having a valuated and non valuated GR.

An business example would be appreciated. Under what scenarios business uses valuated and non valuated GR?

Regards,

Ramesh

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Former Member
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Hi,

Even the GR of capital goods is defined as non-valuated GR.

Regards,

Ranjan

Former Member
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Hi,

some more explanation to my above example. While purchasing of capital goods, It is not stocked in inventory and and it is not be valuated. So, in case of such purchases, the GR not valuated is ticked in the purchase order.

Regards,

Ranjan

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former_member182609
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Hi,

If this indicator is ticked in the Purchase Order, then no financial posting is made at the time of posting a Goods

Receipt.

The only posting would occur on Invoice Receipt.

It is commonly used for purchasing of fixed assets, because in most countries you do not post

the acquisition until you have the legal back-up in the form of the supplier's invoice.

Also, it is not desirable to post an estimated value (based on the GR) plus a correction

(based on the IR).

Whether should you used non-valuated Goods Receipts or not would certainly depends on your

company's financial policies

Regards,

JS

Former Member
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Most of the companies dont want to keep the value of pachaging material that they recieve in whic they get the supply from the vendor.But they want to have its stock as they want to track in to their warehouse/storage location so they will maintain the stock but not valuated stock.

Former Member
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Hi,

Non valuated GR -> pencils which you want to keep in stock but you don't want them on the balance sheet.

MdZ