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Recalculating depreciation

Hello ,

I have two assets with diferent class but with same depreciation key.

I changed the start depreciation date in both assets . But when i recalculate depreciation , the system makes it different for both assets.

In one ,corrects all the depreciation on the next month, and the other prorated the amount in each remaining month of the active life.

How can i achive to correct all in just one month , as the first example.

Thanks a lot

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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2010 at 05:21 PM


    do you have different company codes?

    Than the reason are the settings in OAYR. Here you have the flag for smoothing and if you don't set smoothing it means catch up. In the F1-Help you will find a docu.

    regards Bernhard

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    • Former Member Bernhard Kirchner

      Hi Bernhard,

      1) Both assets have the same depreciation key , but not useful life

      Asset A: capitalizaded on 28.05.2010 . Acquisition value 1027,05 . for 10 years

      real depreciation period 6 to 11 about 8,56 each month . On 12 we change the start depreciation date to 01012010 . So we have a planned depreciation in month 12 for 51.36eur . We want the system like this example

      Asset B: capitalizaded on17.09.2010 for 25 years. at the beginning its depreciation date was 01092010. now we changed for 01012010.

      acquisition value 195.495.596,29 . It smooths the acumulate depreciation in all periods until last year .

      period 10: 651.651,99

      period 11: 651.651,99

      planned 12: 712.114,54

      next every year : 8.061.674,07 till 2034

      2) they dont have the same ammount

      3)the are in the same company. but have diferent classes

      4)there is no smoothing

      As you said The only difference is that in one asset the system corrects all the depreciation on the next month, and in the other asset divides the amount in each remaining month of the active life

      kind regards

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