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Assets Captalised with wrong cost center

Hi,

I am facing one problem while capitalizing the asset it get capitalized with the wrong cost center and the depreciation is also get posted for two month. Now my problem is how to correct this entry as this is posted to wrong profit center.

Is there is any way to correct the posted entries in FI.

Thanks in advance

Regards

Rajesh Kumar

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 07:03 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    I think best way is to analyse wrong depr. (sum per PC and cost element) and to transfer it by using tcodes fb01 or fb50

    regards Andreas

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 04:03 AM

    Hi Andreas Mann

    Thanks for your reply.

    You are right to say for the depreciation posting only but depreciation reserve cannot be correct because this is a reconciliation account.

    Regards

    Rajesh Kumar

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      Hi Rajesh,

      Transfer the asset to a receiving asset with the correct cost center using T code ABUMN. Make sure that the asset value date is the same as the capialization date of the sending asset (unless is was capitalized in a prior-year, then use 01/01/CY). When depreciation is ran for the month using T code AFAB, the depreciation in the wrong cost center will be reversed and reposted to the correct cost center.

      Hope this helps.

      Thanks,

      Chad

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