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Tax depreciation for vehicles from limited value in Poland

Hi,

for a polish company I have to define the depreciation for cars. In Poland is for vehicles the start value for calculation of the tax depreciation lower then the acquisition value of depreciation area "book depreciation". The tax value is limited.

The sample chart of depreciation for Poland is defined:

01 Book depreciation

02 Depreciation on tax limited value (cars)

03 Non-deductible tax depreciation (cars)

In rules for takeover was defined that depreciaition area 02 adoped the values of depreciation area 01.

Depreciation area 03 is not a real depreciation area it is defined: 01 Book deprecition - 02 Depreciation on tax limited value (cars).

I don't know the legally rule how to define the limitec tax value.

My question is, how can I define the calculation of tax depreciation from a limited value?

Thank you!

Best regards

Hubert

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 03:13 PM

    Hi,

    Please review the following notes which may help you resolve the issue:

    558644 Changeover method 6: Poland

    46781 Change of depreciation rate in second year

    regards Bernhard

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    • Try memo value at OAYI

      Memo value

      This value is not depreciated, so that a memo value line item exists for

      assets, for which the planned expected useful life has already been

      exceeded.

      A memo value can be defined at the company code level or depreciation

      area level. You can switch the memo value on or off using an indicator

      in the respective asset class.

      Srinivas

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