This video provides a comprehensive understanding of how to create a tolerance group in SAP S/4 HANA Financial Accounting (FI). Here are the key points:

  1. Tolerance Groups: The video explains that tolerance groups are used to authorize the tolerance limit to users. Tolerance groups are assigned maximum amounts per document, maximum amounts per open item, maximum cash discount per line item a user can give to any document, and permitted payment difference for revenue and expense between invoice amount and payment amount.
  2. Creating a Tolerance Group: The video demonstrates how to create a tolerance group in the system. The presenter creates a tolerance group named ‘HA01’ and assigns an upper limit for posting procedures. The presenter assigns a maximum amount of 1 million for both the maximum amount per document and the maximum open item amount. The maximum cash discount per line item is set at 5%, and the maximum payment difference is set at 100 or 5%.
  3. Assigning a Tolerance Group to a User: After creating the tolerance group, the presenter assigns the tolerance group to a user. The user ‘NL’ is assigned the tolerance group ‘HA01’.

In summary, the video explains the concept of tolerance groups, how to create a tolerance group, and how to assign a tolerance group to a user in SAP S/4 HANA Financial Accounting.

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