You notice that the monthly invoice generates a tax difference of 1 JPY - Yen.
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Reproducing the Issue
- Go to the Receivables work center.
- Go to the Invoice Summary Documents view.
- Open the relevant Monthly Invoice.
There is a Total Tax Difference of 1 JPY - Yen.
This is the correct system behavior: The difference occurs due to the rounding of each individual invoice and the rounding of the monthly invoice that adds all other invoice amounts.
- Invoice ABC has a tax base amount of 153 with a tax rate of 10%, it would generate a 15.3 tax amount, since JYP has no decimals, it will round to 15.
- Invoice DEF has a tax base amount of 153 with a tax rate of 10%, it would generate a 15.3 tax amount, since JYP has no decimals, it will round to 15.
- On the monthly invoice XYZ, both tax base amounts add up to 306. With a tax rate of 10%, the generated tax amount is 30.6. Since JYP has no decimals, it will round to 31.
- The tax amount of the Invoices ABC and DEF adds up to 30, while the monthly invoice XYZ has a total tax amount of 31. It will generate the 1 JPY - Yen in the tax difference.
(ABC, DEF are two different invoice IDs, XYZ represents the monthly invoice ID).
System is working as expected.
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