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Depreciation planned for wrong period

Dear All,

In Asset Master the depreciation is settle to start in 01.10.2010, I already run depreciations for all assets in period 10 but not for period 11.

I only acquired the asset after running depreciation for period 10, so in AFAB I have to run depreciation again for period 10 in "repeat" mode right?

Problem is...when I do that, the outcome is zero as if I didn´t make a new acquisition for that period, after that I went to asset explorer (AW01N) and in tab "Posted values" depreciations only starts in period 11.

Example (of what is shown in asset in AW01N):

Acquisition value: 1000 $

Acquisition date: 15.10.2010

Dep. start date: 01.10.2010 (period 10 already been run)

Planned values:

- period 11: 50 $

- period 12: 25 $

Why depreciation doesn´t starts in period 10? Instead period 11 "eats" values from period 10. I want to run again period 10 but it doesn´t have values. Can anyone tell me why this happens?

Thanks in advance,

MG.

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 03:56 PM

    Hi,

    You can execute depreciation again for period 10 with repeat option.

    Best Regards,

    Madhu

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 04:59 AM

    Hi,

    Plese check the asset value date for the new acquisitions and ensure that it is also in period 10.

    Regards,

    Sridevi

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