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manual depreciation and unplanned depreciation

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Hii friends

need help to be clear about the

1.what is difference between manual deprecaition and unplanned deprecaition?

2. what are the situation under which we use the manual dep and unplanned dep.?

Thanks

sejal

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 11:42 AM

    Hi Sejal,

    unplanned depreciation is used to post additional depreciation amounts to an asset, parallel to the ordinary and/or special depreciation calculted according to the depreciation key. Take it as an adjustment of (automatically calculated) expense.

    Manual depreciaton uses a special depreciation key MANU. In that case there is no automated depreciation calculated on the asset. You have to calculate the depreciation by yourself and post it to the asset with transactions (e.g. Tcode ABMA).

    This is the main difference.

    Regards,

    Markus

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2008 at 04:06 PM
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