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please tell me the group assets configuration

my client wants , add the assets to groups assets, and how many assets are there for a particular group, but i am unable to search that . i dont know group assets concept. please tell me the configuration.

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2007 at 01:26 PM

    Hi anji,

    the system calculates depreciation at the level of individual assets. Certain types of calculation needs or tax requirements (such as in the U.S.A.) make it necessary, however, to calculate depreciation at a higher level. For this purpose, you can group assets in the FI-AA system together into so-called group assets. You can group assets together per depreciation area to form group assets.

    It is basically possible to use all asset classes for creating group assets. you need to set aside particular asset classes for use in conjunction with group assets. These asset classes are then reserved solely for group assets, and are not allowed to be used for normal assets.

    A group asset is represented in the system by a separate master record.

    FI-AA: Master Data -> Group Assets

    asset acounting

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