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Depriciation as per income tax to be posted....

Hi,

I m able to post Book depriciation (33.33%) to my GL account through (AFAB). Also i have applied Depriciation as per Income Tax Rule (60%) but i m not able to post this depriciation..

Is there any Different T.code for the same?????

How the depriciation as per Income tax rule to be posted????

Thanks,

Regards,

N.S....

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  • Posted on Sep 09, 2010 at 01:52 PM

    Hi,

    Normally, only the Book depn area is posted to the GL. With AFAB , depn is calculated for all depn areas, but GL posting will happen only to the areas which has GL posting allowed in customising in OADB.

    Due to the customising settings, The IT depn area will not posted to GL account. However the values can be seen in Asset accounting.

    If you still want to post the IT depn to the GL accounts, you need to create separate GL accounts and assign in AO90 and ensure that your FSV's are designed correctly, otherwise, depn is taken twice ( Book and IT depn ).

    Njoy

    Siva

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    • Hi Nikhil

      If you have not gone live yet, I would recommend not to use Income tax dep solution provided by SAP using dep area 15 and group asset functionality

      I have a reply from SAP to one of OSS msg that this functionality is not recommended any more and SAP is coming with a partial solution in EhP5 and full solution will come in EhP6...

      EhP5 is due in this dec 2010

      You can raise a OSS to SAP and get latest status confirmation on this

      Regards

      Ajay M

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