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Asset Posting date different in Book depreciation and IFRS depreciation.

Hi SAP gurus,

i have a problem in Asset Accounting.

The posting date of the asset is taken as 05.05.2008 in Book depreciation and it is taken as 28.02.2008 in IFRS books..

How do I change the posting date to 05.05.2008 from 28.02.2008 in IFRS books.

I have tried to reverse the transaction in IFRS but these transactions have no effect on Fixed assets register.

Please help me.

Thanks

Hari

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 12:49 PM

    Hi Hari

    Did u try to reverse thru FB08 or AB08

    All Asset accounting documents posted which needs to be reversed should be reversed with AB08 not FB08.

    Secondly I believe IFRS is one of your dep area. Did you do a transfer or acqusition and what is the relation of IFRS dep area to Book dep area?

    Sanjeev

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 12:41 PM

    Hi,

    The posting in IFRS books is based on the FI posting and not on the asset module.

    Is IFRS a special ledger in FI? do you have a Depreciation area in asset accounting with the rules from IFRS?

    Paul

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