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AA - Rounding method in ordinary depreciation

Hello everyone!

I would like to know if the rounding method for asset value can be changed by configuration.

For example, looking on the Asset Transaction part, we have on the acquisition that it received the amount of $ 516,81 by the Transaction Type 336 (Acquirg transfer of curr-yr acquis from inv.meas.) and at the same line the ordinary depreciation on transaction is displayed as $ 1,81. The same thing happens to the next acquisition values on the same date, the 2 last columns were calculated by me.

Date Acquisition TrType OrdDep ExactDep Difference

31.12.2009 $516,81 336 1,81- 2,15 0,34

31.12.2009 $305,04 336 1,04- 1,27 0,23

31.12.2009 $99,79 336 0,79- 0,42 -0,37

31.12.2009 $64,63 336 0,63- 0,27 -0,36

31.12.2009 $15.535,84 336 64,84- 64,73 -0,11

31.12.2009 $114,14 336 0,14- 0,48 0,34

31.12.2009 $45,91 336 0,91- 0,19 -0,72

31.12.2009 $402,64 336 1,64- 1,68 0,04

We have already analyzed that:

- The rounding method cut off the cents (where is it configured?)

- The use life is 20 years = 5% per year

- According to the exactly depreciation per month, the difference between the ordinary and exactly depreciation is lower than 1, so it means that, it catches the closest value (with the 2 decimals acquisition amount) to the exactly depr. For example, amount $ 516,81 u2013 wants to cut off the $ 0,81 u2013 so which depreciation is near to the $2,15: $ 1,81 or $ 2,81? Is the $ 1,81

- If you select one line and go to the depreciation calculation button, then there is the button rounding and displays a new window: value type N (ordinary depreciation), rounding basis V (value), rounding method 0 (arithmetic rounding), Internal Decimal Places 2 and rounding places 2 (where are these last 2 configured?)

At last, the user wants to stop doing the depreciation with roundings. Is it possible to change it by configuration or is it set in the program.

Thanks, Kathia

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    Sep 15, 2010 at 02:22 PM

    Hi Kathia,

    in Tr. OAYO you can make the rounding.

    regards Bernhard

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