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In Asset Config,want to make sure that Value of Asset doesnot reduce to 0(zero) after fully depreciating the asset.What relevant settings can be done.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 18, 2007 at 07:38 AM

    Hi,

    U can maitain configuration through option"Memo value". Memo value is nothing but undepreciable part of the asset. Generally companies they would like to maitain memo value is re.1

    path:spro>>Financial accounting>>asset accounting>>valuation>>amount specifications(company code/depreciation area)>>specify memo value

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2007 at 08:22 AM

    Dear Sir,

    You can restrict the asset value by giving the cut off value at the maintain depreciation key. ( Tr.Code: AFAMA)

    Calculation key for controlling the calculation of the cutoff value for depreciation.

    Use

    The cutoff percentage rate that is determined on the basis of this cutoff value key is only used by the system when:

    There is no absolute scrap value entered in the the depreciation areas of the asset concerned (an absolute scrap value takes precedence over a cutoff percentage rate)

    Depreciation will not be allowed after this amount.

    Path:Spro--> FA->Asset Accounting >Depreciation > Valuation Methods--> Maintain Depreciation key.

    REgards

    Harikishan

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