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Fixed assets purchasing - invoice and accounts

Hi,

Is there any additional customizing regarding fixed assets procurement for accounts movement? (when compared to other types: stock, cost centre, ...)

I can't post an invoice for procurement with account type 'A' because there is no account for vendor to balance the fixed asset one.

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 11:03 AM

    Hi,

    Asset can be capitalised in two ways.One is from MM side and other one is from FICO side.During saving of PO with acc.ass.cat "A", PO will ask asset number and then save.The following steps for the Assets master and trasactions may useful to you

    Master Data

    Create Main Asset – AS01

    Create Sub-asset Master - AS11

    Transactional Data

    Asset Purchase posting - F-90

    Posting of Depreciation - AFAB

    Asset Sale - F-92

    Asset Transfer - ABUMN

    Asset scrapping - ABAVN

    If helpful to you and then reward.

    Regards,

    Biju K

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    • Hi,

      I m not sure about ur qusetion.You are assigning ur cost object(Asset) in OKB9.

      The accounts updates after GR & Invoice receipt are if it Valuated:

      GR____________________________________

      Assst A/C:Dr

      GR/IR: Cr,

      IR______________________________________

      GR/IR: Dr,

      Vendor:Cr

      The accounts updates after GR(No GR Here) & Invoice receipt are if it non -valuated

      IR______________________________________

      Asset A/C: Dr,

      Vendor:Cr

      Hope the above helpful.

      Regards,

      Biu K

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