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Depreciation report by period by asset class

Is there an asset report that can show depreciation posted by period and also accumulated depreciation month to date? Would also need forecast depreciation.

All asset reports show the year to date or to a specified end date.

It's needed by asset class.

We could use an asset balance report and work out posted depreciation in Excel

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    Posted on Jul 12, 2007 at 06:51 PM

    Richard,

    Try the following report from the SAP Easy Access Menu:

    Accounting -> Financial Accounting -> Fixed Assets -> Information System -> Reports on Asset Accounting -> Depreciation forecasting -> S_ALR_87012936 - Depreciation on Capitalized Assets (Depreciation Simulation)

    Be sure to change the Evaluation period from yearly to monthly. Also, you will have to add the monthly balances columns to the report after it has finished running. Do this by pressing <i>Current Layout</i> button or press Ctrl+F8 after the report is finished, and add the appropriate columns to Line 2 of the report (i.e. Depr. 01/2007, Depr. 02/2007, ..., Depr. 12/2007).

    You should save your report layout once you have it like you want it. Do this by pressing the <i>Save Layout</i> button or press Ctrl+F12.

    Thanks,

    Chad

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  • Posted on Aug 30, 2016 at 07:11 AM

    S_P99_41000192 Posted depreciation by asset and posting period

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