SAC Service, Promotion, Allowance, or Charge Information
To request or identify a service, promotion, allowance, or charge; to specify the amount or percentage for the service, promotion, allowance, or charge
Code which indicates an allowance or charge for the service specified
If SAC01 is "A" or "C", then at least one of SAC05, SAC07, or SAC08 is required.
Code identifying the service, promotion, allowance, or charge
R0203: At least one of SAC-02 or SAC-03 is required
Code identifying the agency assigning the code values
P0304: If either SAC-03 or SAC-04 is present, then the other is required
Agency maintained code identifying the service, promotion, allowance, or charge
SAC04 may be used to uniquely identify the service, promotion, allowance, or charge. In addition, it may be used in conjunction with SAC03 to further define SAC02.
SAC05 is the total amount for the service, promotion, allowance, or charge.
If SAC05 is present with SAC07 or SAC08, then SAC05 takes precedence.
Code indicating on what basis allowance or charge percent is calculated
P0607: If either SAC-06 or SAC-07 is present, then the other is required
Percent given in decimal format (e.g., 0.0 through 100.0 represents 0% through 100%)
Rate expressed in the standard monetary denomination for the currency specified
SAC08 is the allowance or charge rate per unit.
Code specifying the units in which a value is being expressed, or manner in which a measurement has been taken
P0910: If either SAC-09 or SAC-10 is present, then the other is required
Numeric value of quantity
SAC10 and SAC11 is the quantity basis when the allowance or charge quantity is different from the purchase order or invoice quantity.
SAC10 and SAC11 used together indicate a quantity range, which could be a dollar amount, that is applicable to service, promotion, allowance, or charge.
In some business applications, it is necessary to advise the trading partner of the actual dollar amount that a particular allowance, charge, or promotion was based on to reduce ambiguity. This amount is commonly referred to as "Dollar Basis Amount". It is represented in the SAC segment in SAC10 using the qualifier "DO" - Dollars in SAC09.
Numeric value of quantity
C1110: If SAC-11 is present, then SAC-10 is required
Code indicating method of handling for an allowance or charge
Reference information as defined for a particular Transaction Set or as specified by the Reference Identification Qualifier
SAC13 is used in conjunction with SAC02 or SAC04 to provide a specific reference number as identified by the code used.
A unique number identifying available promotion or allowance options when more than one is offered
C1413: If SAC-14 is present, then SAC-13 is required
SAC14 is used in conjunction with SAC13 to identify an option when there is more than one option of the promotion.
A free-form description to clarify the related data elements and their content
Code designating the language used in text, from a standard code list maintained by the International Standards Organization (ISO 639)
C1615: If SAC-16 is present, then SAC-15 is required
SAC16 is used to identify the language being used in SAC15.