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Useful life Depreciation should start from the acquisition period - issue

Dear All,

My user purchased one asset through F-90 as below:

Asset Value : 5000

Useful life : 5 yrs

Asset Value date : 25-02-2009

While checking in T-Code: AW01N in COMPARISON tab, the system is showing the value as below:

Year - Acqui.Value - Ord. Dep - Net book Value

2008 - 5000 - 200 - 4800

2009 - 5000 - 1200 - 3600

2010 - 5000 - 1200 - 2400

2011 - 5000 - 1200 - 1200

2012 - 5000 - 1200 - 0

My user wants the depreciation calculation as below:

Year - Acqui.Value - Ord. Dep - Net book Value

2008 - 5000 - 167 - 4833

2009 - 5000 - 1000 - 3833

2010 - 5000 - 1000 - 2833

2011 - 5000 - 1000 - 1833

2012 - 5000 - 1000 - 833

2013 - 5000 - 833 - 0

We are using Depreciation as per useful life.

Please guide me to change the settings.

Regards

JS

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 08:42 AM

    Hi JS,

    what is the formula behind your calculation? That would make it a little bit easier trying to understand your requirement.

    Regards,

    Markus

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 12:10 PM

    It seems thatn your user is asking for depreciation based on useful life, if it is your requirement go to AFAMS and find out the multi level method of your depreciation key, select it click on levels and select the check box Rem.Life.

    Regards,

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