K-MSG-L Notes 19 (39) - accountscredited(AP)...

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accounts credited (AP) component is usually to treatment bills as well as coupons regarding  government costs, authorise costs, as well as keep a history associated with obligations. This  component have to have important capabilities to watch as well as handle costs efficiently to be  able to utilize savings which will help prevent debts, consideration quantities, as well as  penalties. In a few approaches your AP balance bed sheet will be the sub-ledger in the GL as  well as interfaces using most related approaches, such as paying for. The offer handling should  be managed through the recognised obligations and also the acceptable submission associated  with solutions or alternatives. . several. A  rd r This component should have the ability to handle  a myriad of inflows which have been been given simply by budget versions, such as nontax 
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