Generally there is a requirement from Clients that they need Commission entry directly from Sales Invoice.
Currently your Invoice’ Accounting Entry would be something like this:
Customer A/c Dr 100
Sales A/c Cr. 90
Now you want to introduce Commission here But the Commission Amount should not change the Sales & Customer A/c postings.
Insert two Condition Types in your Pricing Procedure as follows:
1. Commission Payable (always Positive)
2. Commission Expenses (always Negative)
Create required GL Accounts & maintain VKOA settings.
The rate of both the above Conditions would be same say 10%.
Now your Invoice’s Accounting Entry would be:
Customer A/c Dr. 100
Commission Expenses A/c Dr. 10
Sales A/c Cr. 100
Commission Payable A/c Cr. 10
Now, as Commission is an Sales Expense, it (Debit entry of Commission Expenses) would directly hit Profit & Loss A/c (like other Expenses of Rent, Interest etc…)
For the Credit Charge of Commission charge the End-User will have to manually pass an Accounting Entry which would be as such:
Commission Payable A/c Dr. 10
To Vendor A/c Cr. 10
The above entry would clear the Commission Payable A/c & create a liability of Rs. 10 in Vendor’s account.
We have implemented the above scenario at a client site & they are successfully using this arrangement.
As you are already entering Partner Function of Vendor in Sales Order / Invoice, you can anytime create a Z-Report for Commission Payable to each Vendor over a period of time…
Hope this helps,