Invoicing Subsequent Debits – Part 1
A subsequent debit exists when an additional invoice or credit memo is received for a transaction that has already been invoiced.
If we want the system to carry out a price check for a subsequent debit, it compares the value invoiced to date plus the value of the subsequent debit with the expected value based on the purchase order. The system takes tolerance limits into account when carrying out the price check. If a price variance exceeds one of the upper tolerance limits, the subsequent debit is blocked for payment.