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Wrong Depreciation posting and useful life during legacy data upload ?

Hello SAP Gurus,

Greetings !

We have a problem with some assets during legacy data upload, system configuration setup as follows transfer period 31.08.2013, Transfer year 2013 and period 08.

Example :

Transaction: AS91

Capitalization Date: 01/09/2008

Depreciation Key: LINS (Straight Line Depreciation)

Useful Life: 3 years (It has to be 6 Years)

Ordinary Depreciation Start Date : 01/10/2013

Expired Useful Life : 4 Years

Period: 3 Months

Acquisition Value: 277638

Ordinary Depreciation Value: 222136

Net Book Value :55502

When we ran the depreciation for 10 and 11 period.

As the asset useful life is 3 years,

10 period total net book value of asset 55502 has depreciated

11 period depreciation was not posted

Accumulated depreciation value 222136 includes Jan to Aug depreciation (i.e., 29962) but system considering depreciation value 222136 till 31/12/2013 and calculating depreciation for whole year 2013 (Jan to Dec)

Note: Accumulated Depreciation as 31/12/2013 is 192174

We want to increase the actual useful life of asset to 6 years and want to calculate depreciation correct depreciation for 10, 11 & 12 periods in 2013.

Thanks in advance for your valuable suggestions,

Regards.,

Mak

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 02:56 AM

    Issue resolved by myself, Solution : Asset Write off ABZU

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