NetSuite MyLearn: Boost your productivity and maximize your use of NetSuite with Training and Certifications delivered by Education Services expert resources.


Check out Oracle NetSuite upcoming events and conferences here
Now is the time to ask your NetSuite-savvy friends and colleagues to join the NetSuite Support Community! Refer now! Click here to watch and learn more!
Attention: Customers with NetSuite Electronic Bank Payment (EBP) SuiteApp, version 2020.2 QA (ID 315896) must UPDATE (do NOT uninstall) their bundle to the Production version 2022.1 (ID 416781) by December 31, 2022. Note: If users fail to manually update the Electronic Bank Payments SuiteApp within the given time window, this version of the SuiteApp (ID: 315896) will be deprecated and the account will not be updated to Leading version (2022.1) of the Electronic Bank Payments SuiteApp. Please refer to the campaign email sent to impacted customers for more information.
Expand your NetSuite knowledge by joining our Ask A Guru Live sessions. RSVP on this event now.
Update your Profile with your Support type to get your Support Type badge.
NetSuite Release 2023.1 is here! Download the release notes and post your questions in the new Release 2023.1 category.
Join the webinar and "Get the Most Out of NetSuite Inventory Management" on May 2, 2023 at 10 AM PST. Click on this link to register. Do not forget to RSVP on this page as well!

Inventory Received Not Billed - bills are not received

in General 9 comments

I am wondering how other people handle these situations. When analyzing the inventory received not billed account, I found 2 scenarios:

1.) A standalone bill was created instead of billing from the PO. Items were received on the PO so there is a balance in Inventory Received Not Billed.

2.) We received more than was billed for an item and the PO was adjusted to allow us to receive them, but were never billed for them. So the additional items were received against the PO and created a balance in the Inventory Received Not Billed account.

These were all done in closed periods so I thought the best solution was to "Bill" the remaining items on the PO at $0, post the variance, and then post a JE to reduce the variance to the COGS account that was initially increased for the standalone bill. However when I do this and try to create the saved searches in SuiteAnswers

Howdy, Stranger!

Log In

To view full details, sign in.


Don't have an account? Click here to get started!


This Week's Leaders

This Month's Leaders

All Time Leaders