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Remaining Life-Remaining Balance

Hi GURUS,

We do not want to do the catch-up method when we run the accumulative depreciation. Is there any option available out there which can stop the system to catch up method? We do not want our payment evenly distributed. Basically, We don't want to recalculate values from the previous periods.

Please how can we do that/ With the t-code or with the config... steps. Thank you.

Anyway I have one solution but i want different solution to this.

Shutdown

The temporary removal of a fixed asset from service. You can temporarily shut down an asset using an

indicator in the asset master record. During the shutdown period no depreciation is calculated.

Please help: Step by Step. Thank you

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 08:40 PM

    Hi,

    To resolve this issue, you will likely need to create a new or update an existing depreciation key in configuration.

    First, verify the multilevel method used in the depreciation key currently being used to depreciate assets (Transaction Code AFAMA).

    Second, using transaction code AFAMS, create a custom multilevel method (advisable to just copy the one currently being used) with a Base Value key that does not perform a revaluation (i.e. 26 - Remaining book value w/o revaluation).

    Thanks,

    Chad

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