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Amount Base depreciation calculation

Hi Experts

Can somebody help me to solve an issue on FI-AA.

We have an asset depreciated completely but it doesn't retirement yet. So, I want to transfer an amount to it from another asset through TCode ABUMN within same fiscal year.

Asset A

Acquisition value 500,00

Captalized on 07/01/2016

Use life 5 years

On 07/01/2021 the asset A will be depreciated completely.

So, In that date I going to transfer from asset B to asset A, an amount of 10.000.00.

Currently the system behavior is to add the two values (500,00 + 10.000,00 = 10.500,00) as base calculation for depreciation and make a recalculation.

I need that Amount base for calculation depreciation is performed only for the 10.000,00 and not for sum of 10.000.00 + 500,00, as the system is making.

Somebody can help to make the system behave as I want?

Best Regards.

Jandoval Nascimento.

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  • Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 05:38 AM

    Hi Jandoval Nascimento

    To realize the result you expected, please follow below solution:

    1, T-cd:AFAMA to create a new straight line depreciation key with base method 28

    2, Assign the new depreciation key to above asset

    3, Refer to SAP note 2129520 to specify base value percentage 95,2380952380952 in table ANLBZW for each area of the asset

    4, Execute depreciation recalculation

    Hope it's helpful.

    Regards
    George

    P.S. here is an example for the depreciation with base value 28


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