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depreciation rate changing in asset master

Hi guru,

let my client is asking,

they have one asset capitalised on 1st april 2010 with 100,000 inr

run depreciation for one year. 1st april 2011 i reduce the asset cost to 90,000 inr, continue run deprecitaion

in 1st april 2012 i want change the depreciation rate from 3.5% become 4.5% base on 1st april 2010 with cost 90,000 inr. how to do it?

most important is asset for year 2010 already closed ?

Now i want depreciation( with New deprication key) should calculate from 1st april 2010.

Please it's urgent.

With regards,

manas

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 07:11 AM

    Hello Manas,

    Its not recommneded to Change the Depreciation rate every year. However,

    if you make the depreciation key editable in asset master, the depreciation calculation happens accordingly. Define your deprecaition terms in depr key. If the planned deprecaition doesn't get update automatically, then Recaculated deprecation.

    Recommend you to test extensively in dev client as this will have lot of changes on your Financial Statements. Do let us know if this works for you.

    Regards,

    MG

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 07:15 AM

    Hi,

    Once you change the depreciation rate its effect will be retrospective however its posting will be in next afab run

    Are you sure you also want posting (FI Entry) in year 2010 as well? If no then just change the dep rate in asset master and its effect will be restrospective

    If you want posting in year 2010, even if we manage to open asset fiscal year we'll have to carry forward balances which will change already finalized books of accounts and strictly not advisable

    Hope this helps

    Thank You

    Nishu Shah

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