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Influencing the *Ord.Dep.Start date' for individual depreciation

Dear experts,

Many of us know that the 'Ord.Dep.Start' date can be set by the period control of the depreciation key. This however, is based on the capitalization date in the asset master record.

I need to achieve the following:

1. Book depreciation: This area should work as usual as above where the period control determines the 'Ord.Dep.Start' date based on the capitalization date.

2. Tax areas: For the tax areas (we've 5 of them), I want the system to derive the 'Ord.Dep.Start' date from the Posting date and NOT from the capitalization date.

I have checked the enhancement to influence the 'Asset value date', however it is not at the level of depreciation areas so

Is there a way to do this?

Thanks

Srinivas Thodupunuri

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2011 at 03:17 AM

    Hi

    If you create a dep key and tick "Dep to the day" in it, the Dep Start Date would be set exactly from the date of Purchase i..e Posting date..

    Tick this indicator in the dep key that you assign to your Tax Dep Areas....

    BR,Ajay M

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2011 at 03:42 PM

    Hi,

    In the multilevel method select the validity start from Ordinary depreciation start date instead of captilization date, system will pick the ordinary depriciation date as a captilization date.

    Regards

    Srinu

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