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Depreciation posting reversal

Hi,

Is it possible to reverse the depreciation run (AFAB)? Please let me know the steps and T-code.

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Sridevi

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 03:02 PM

    no this is not possible. at least, not standard it's not.

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 06:17 AM

    Hello Sridevi,

    If unplanned depreciation then u can do so, if that unplanned depreciation is posted i mean posted through TC: AFABN then u can go to TC:AB08 and reverse that dep for particular asset.

    There is no difference between AFAB and AFABN.. new versions use AFABN. thats all.

    Regarding planned and unplanned depreciaiton: Planned is what the planed derpreciaiton system calculates on the basis of the percentage assign.

    unplanned depreciation means in a particular year if there are some changes or adjustment we need to carry out that the depreciation is adjusted by manual entry of depreciation.

    As per my knowledge we cannot reverse the planned depreciation we needs to write ups.. not sure...

    If useful pl assign points

    Thanks

    Para

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 02:21 PM

    But there is an issue. If the adjustments are positive i.e. if the adjustments are increasing the Depreciation amount for the current year, system is allowing that through ABAA - Unplanned Depreciation

    But if the amount is REVERSE i.e. we want to reduce the current year deprecaition as posted by system then ABAA - shows error - Enter only Positive Values.......

    We have chekced the Depreciation area settings, and made the Tab for "ALL Values allowed"

    Please revert on this with your valuable inputs.

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