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Planned Depreciation showing as 0 and calculate dep for a closed FY

Dear Experts,

please help me resolving the below issues.

Issue1: Systed stopped calculating depreciation and showing planned value as zero in asset explorer, though the net book value is not totally depreciated. The client has closed the FY 2010

Our analysis: The multilevel method - useful life is maintained as 20 years. After reaching 19 y ears 6 months system stopped calculating depreciation.

Help required : Do we can extend the useful life to 25 years and what will be the impact of this change?

2nd issue: The client closed the current fiscal year 2010. how i can post the above un-calculated depreciation to the year 2010?

Please suggest

REgards

Santhosh

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    Posted on May 19, 2011 at 11:35 AM

    Hi

    Please refer the blow link for your 2nd Issue

    2nd issue: The client closed the current fiscal year 2010. how i can post the above un-calculated depreciation to the year 2010?

    Recalculation of depriciation for whole fiscal year

    Regards

    Praveen P C

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  • Posted on May 19, 2011 at 02:23 PM

    Hi

    Q1 - I guess the reason can be either a Changeover method assigned in your Dep Key / Asset memo value specified in OAYJ or OAYI / Or a Cut off value specified in your Dep Key

    Q2 - refer note 619969...

    br, Ajay M

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2012 at 01:24 PM

    help full

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