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How to revaluate asset,already depreciated??

Hi Sap Experts,

Wishes for the day and for coming New Yr-2009 in Advance.

I capitalized an asset on 09/04/2007 and dep.calculated on it @4.75% .the asset value date is 01/04/2007 and APC of asset is 85000.Here Dep. per is Rs.4037.50.

Book value FI.Yr start :81050.75

Curr.Book Value is :77013.25(81050.75-4037.50)

It means Dep.is already calculate upto 31.03.2009.

But on 20/12/2008 i got back Rs.5000 on claim of sales tax return from Govt.

My client wants to Deduct that Rs.5000 from the APC of the asset and recalculate Dep.on

Rs.80000(85000-5000).so that the Dep. per yr shud be Rs.3800(80000*4.75%) and

Book value FI.Yr start :76283.06

Curr.Book Value is :72483.06(76283.06-3800)

PROBLEM:

1)Fi.yr 2007 is closed and it cannot be Reopen.

2)If i try it by ABZU(write-up) its not happening and throwing Error message:Fi is not open to post.

3)What Shud be the Transaction type?

4)And Finally Under ABZU or wht ever transaction code u ll refer me,there is one field "POSTED AMOUNT" .Which amount i shud enter in that field.

Plz guide me to solve this problem.

Regards,

Biswa

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 08:46 AM

    thank u SDN

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