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how to post positive depreciation via unplanned depreciation????

My user has posted excess deprecation and now I would like to correct it via ABAA unplanned depreciation so what all steps will be required ???????

Steps 1 : Need to create new transaction type by copying TT 651 with selection of debit entry and consolidation transaction type 220 depreciation

Step 2 : Run ABAA with customized TT 65Y but what will be the asset value date , suppose asset was capitalized in 5 oct 2013 ??

Step 3) As I know ABAA will have effect in asset side only so to have the same effect do I need to post JV, if yes which a/c will be debited and credited ?? and do take care of controlling doc do I need to specify cost centre and palnt ???????????/

If any other things need to be taken care by please do let me know ????????

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2014 at 12:54 PM

    Hi Sandhya,

    In my view the space you should have used for your query is:

    SAP ERP Financials - Asset Accounting

    Jogeswara Rao K

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2014 at 03:35 AM

    Hi Sandhya,

    You can write up the ordinary and special depreciation vide T code ABZU to solve your problem.

    Hope it solves.

    You can post further asset related queries in SAP Financials-Asset Accounting.

    Regards,

    G.Sethuraman

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  • Posted on Aug 06, 2020 at 09:25 AM

    Hi,

    I have a similar issue. Did you solve the issue of to post positive depreciation via unplanned depreciation, with the ABZU? Did you try ABSO? If so with which transaction type?

    Thank you

    regards.

    D.Viegas

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