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GL balances are not matching with Fixed assets ledger

Hi,

Please suggest me regarding this...

The issues is:when the legacy balances are uploaded in to sap there was the mistake.3 assets were entered twice(once in asset class 1250 & once in asset class 1300).It causes the GL balances are not matching with Fixed Asset balances(GL is less than FA).so now the client is asking to make manual entry by removing the recconcilation account settings and post manual entry then keep the reconcilation account as usual.They wanted to reverse the accumulated depreciation for the above 3 duplicated asssets for year 2007 & 2008.

How can i achieve the below:

1.GL balance was not equal (i.e lower) to FA ledger even at the time of go live(FI is lesser than FA)

2.For this i need to post one manual entry in FI-GL with the GO-LIVE date.is it possible? suggest me how to post?

3.After that i need to reverse the accumulated depreciation for the above 3 duplicated assets.how can i do this?

4.After that i need to remove the above 3 duplicated assets,how can i?

Please help me by giving your thoughts regarding this

Thanks

Sap Guru

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 07:24 AM

    Hi

    I assume that you had uploaded the asset and its balances (APC & Acc depn) through AS91. after complete upload you would get APC & Acc depn values for each asset class level.

    How you have entered the values of APC & Acc Depn in FI, then only it is possible to guide you to correct the balances between AA & FI.

    Please do not the remove the reconciliation account settings, you cannot again make it as reconciliation account once you post the documents.

    Regards

    Chandrasekaran A

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