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Automatic VAT code during fixed asset PO creation

Hi all,

We have a classic AUC acquisition process : through MM with IO allocation.

My question is = is it possible to automatically affect one VAT code relating to fixed asset acquisition during purchase order creation? (and not VAT relating to goods and services acquisition, we have to distinguish both with french rules).

The person in charge of PO creation don't have to choice between VAT codes, this is the reason why VAT code has to be affected automatically.

Thanks in advance for your answer.

Best Regards

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2008 at 05:27 PM

    Hi Horst,

    Yes i'm OK with your example.

    But, please can you say me in which field AS91 did we have to post Accm.ord.deprec 70.809,18 ?

    This manual adjustement had been posted in Ordinary dep field, and after the first run, SAP reverse this amount.

    Did we have to post it in "unplaned dep" field ?

    How is it possible to correct it now?

    Many thanks.

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      Hi Ocean,

      sorry, maybe you have one of the following scenarios...

      If the adjustment has not been posted in the old system:

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      Enter aquisition costs and cum. dep. up to 31.12.2007

      Cum.acquis.val. 120.242,00 <- enter

      Net book value 120.242,00 <- calculated automatically

      Ord.dep.posted 3.340,06 <- enter

      Pstd.unpl.dep. 0,00 <- enter

      - Reconcile values with asset history sheet

      - Post adjustment with ABMA or ABAA

      If the adjustment has been posted in the old system in this year:

      -


      Cum.acquis.val. 120.242,00 <- enter

      Net book value 120.242,00 <- calculated automatically

      Ord.dep.posted 3.340,06 <- enter

      Pstd.unpl.dep. 70.809,18 <- enter

      Best regards

      Horst

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2008 at 02:39 PM

    Hello Ocean,

    it is not possible to allocate a special VAT code only for Assets through the Purchasing process.

    This depends on the inforecord MM. Therefore you have to take care - latest at the invoice verification - which taxcode is used.

    Best regards

    Horst

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2008 at 02:45 PM

    Hello ocean,

    both problems solved?

    Best regards

    Horst

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2008 at 03:00 PM

    Hi Horst,

    Regarding VAT, i understand that the only possibility to affect the right VAT code is to check during invoice verification (MIRO). According to my client, i understand that they have some difficulties to recognise what is asset (capex) and what is expense (opex) during invoice verification step. I don't know why yet. I have to clarify this situation.

    With your help, i understand that there is no possibility to automatically affect this VAT code (even with substitution rule linked?). So it's helpfull for me, because now i have to search after one process solution and not after customizing solution.

    Regarding legacy adjustement, the issue is always open. where we have to put in manual adjustements during data transfer (regardin previous years), and how to correct actual situation.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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      Hello Ocean,

      regarding legacy transfer, pls. check:

      120242,00 180

      monthly = 668,01

      year mo yearly

      1999 10 6.680,11

      2000 12 8.016,13

      2001 12 8.016,13

      2002 12 8.016,13

      2003 12 8.016,13

      2004 12 8.016,13

      2005 12 8.016,13

      2006 12 8.016,13

      2007 12 8.016,13

      cum 70.809,18 31.12.2007

      p2008 amt. cum dep 08 total cum dep

      1 668,01

      2 668,01 1.336,02 72.145,20

      3 668,01 2.004,03 72.813,21

      4 668,01 2.672,04 73.481,22

      5 668,01 3.340,06 74.149,23

      6 668,01 4.008,07 74.817,24

      Cum.acquis.val. 120.242,00

      Accm.ord.deprec 70.809,18

      Net book value 49.432,82

      Ord.dep.posted 3.340,06

      Best regards

      Horst

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    Posted on Jul 28, 2008 at 04:01 PM

    Hi Horst

    in your last mail, you described the right context we have.

    But when we post in "Pstd.unpl.dep." (through AS91), SAP wrtie-off this amount.

    Do you know why ?

    thanks

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      Hello Ocean,

      sorry, but it's not completely clear to me... What do you mean with "SAP writes of the amount"?

      Is the amount posted in current year while the depreciation run is carried out?

      Best regards

      Horst

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    Posted on Jul 29, 2008 at 08:25 AM

    Hi HorstRn,

    in your precedent answer, you said:

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    "If the adjustment has been posted in the old system in this year:

    AS91 :

    Cum.acquis.val. 120.242,00 <- enter

    Net book value 120.242,00 <- calculated automatically

    Ord.dep.posted 3.340,06 <- enter

    Pstd.unpl.dep. 70.809,18 <- enter"

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    This is the right context we have. I follow procedure described above, but during the first depreciation run in SAP (period of may), SAP reverse the allocation posted in "Pstd.unpl.dep. 70.809,18"

    Do you know why SAP reverse this posting, and how to do to avoid this reverse?

    Thanks a lot for your assistance.

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    Posted on Aug 01, 2008 at 07:34 AM

    Hi HorstRn

    Did you have time to have a look on my topic? Do you need some precisions?

    Many thanks in advance for your help.

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