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How to configure double declining balance method in SAP

Hi All,

Can any one explain me what is double declining balance method . How it is be configured in SAP .

Our client just said that the depreciation method to be used is 200% DDB.

also please explain me how the system calculates the depreciation

Thanks ,

Deepika

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2011 at 07:42 AM

    Hi

    Check at AFAMD about DDB and enter multiplication factor

    Check at AFAMA DG20 and DG25 about depreciation key templates

    Srinivas

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 06:47 AM

    Hi

    1. Go to Dep-Ordinary depDetermine Dep Areas:

    Select the check boxes--Book, MACRS, AMT and Group USD

    2.Go to DepSpecial depreciationDetermine deprec areas

    select the check boxes--MACRS and AMT

    3.Go to DetSpecial DepCalculate ordinary derpeciation before special depr;

    De-select all the check boxes

    4. Double declining balance method: for MACRS use Dep Key Z200

    Base methd decl methd prod contrl methd multi-level methd

    007 004 004 045

    0011 001 004 001

    0017 001 008 044

    0027 001 003 Z50---Spl dep (Double del bal methd)

    Define Z50 is multilevel methd

    Acu year years per base value reduction

    2011 0 1 01 50.00

    Anil

    Edited by: Anil Kumar on Dec 8, 2011 7:47 AM

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