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how make Acquisition Value and Accumulated Depreciation NIL in SAP Asset Ac

Hi Gurus.........

I'm veryto SAP, got stuck in one of the problem related to asset accounting....

My question goes as follows :

1. Acquisition cost of a Machinery $10000

2 Accumulated Depreciation $2500

3. Net Book Value $7500 as on 31.03.2010

4. Sold the asset at Net Book Value $7500

It means net book value is nil now. Bur Acquisition cost still there $10000

and Accu Dep is also $2500 in the book . Now tell me how make

accumulated dep and Accusition value NIL?

Need T code and procedure.

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    Posted on Mar 21, 2011 at 07:59 PM

    Hi Sanjib

    The acquisition cost does not become zero. You should check if your net book value has become zero.

    Use t-code AW01N and give your asset number/company code. Choose correct fiscal year and check if your NBV is zero.

    Thanks

    Sanjeev

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    • Hi Sanjeev.....

      Thanks for your reply...

      My NBV has become zero...but the value of the old asset is still there in the balance sheet. can I somehow pass a JV to make the acuisition value NIL. we tried to pass a JV but system is not allowing me to do so. If somehow we can pass the JV pl tell me the procedure.....

  • Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 08:05 AM

    solved

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