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Accounting for fixed assets in sap business one version 9.0

Hello,

Does anyone know or has any material on the fixed asset module of SAP Busness One?

I do not know if there is a way for the system to work the way I need, I parametrizei determinations of accounts module, created the depreciation types, areas, classes and everything I found, as the depreciation of the fucionamento could understand, but here in Brazil for companies with tax system we call the real profit system must also account for the credits on taxes at the time of depreciation, for example to depreciate a fixed asset in the amount of $ 1,000.00 is also necessary to account for the tax on this value, so it should generate 3 releases:

- Depreciation: R $ 1.000,00

- Tax 1: R = 7.6% $ 76.00

- Tax 2: 1.65% R = $ 16.50

And the tests I realized the system generated only lançcamento related to depreciation, missing taxes.

Does anyone know if it is possible to do this in SAP Business One, or has some material on the subject?

thank you

Humberto L. Neto

+ 55 (41) 8804-7536
humberto.neto@smart01.com.br

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    Posted on May 21, 2013 at 05:40 PM

    Hi Humberto,

    I believe B1 can only handle FA depreciation without tax calculation involved. You need do it manually.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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