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Net Book Value calculation Issue Manual Legacy Data Transfer

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I want to Upload balance of old fixed Asset in newly configure System that are managed manually in previous year, I want to Post Their previous Current Written Down Value and Current Accumulated Depreciation when i go via IMG Create Legacy Data Transfer and enter,

Take Over Value of assets I entered for example

Accusation Value 100,000

Accumulated ordinary depreciation (Old depreciation in Previous Years) RS.10,000

Net book Value Rs.110,000

and system Calculate the Depreciation on 110,000 as WDV 10% that is 11,000

My requirement is that it will Calculate it as 100000-10000

Depreciation should be calculated at a 90000 @ 10% WDV that is 9000

Please suggest me, how i can do.

or other path or T.code where i can do.

i am new please explain in detail.

Regard

Khalid mahmood

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 08:20 AM

    hi

    check your configuration for the depreciation key and method for the legacy asset transfer

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  • Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 08:48 AM

    Hi:

    AS91 is the right place to accomplish your task. Check your dep key configuration . Your requirement is declining balance method for dep. Please check in AFAMA and hence assign it in OAYZ. Your dep key should be configured with

    base method 0007

    del bal method define your own with required percentage in AFAMD

    period control ..it depends on your requirement

    multilevel 002

    class decline balance dep

    multiple level shift ..increase in dep and expired useful life

    Regards

    Edited by: Atif Farooq on Feb 8, 2012 1:52 PM

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 10:15 AM

    Dear Atif and AP

    Issue is not with Depreciation key it is working well according to my requirement but the issue is that base value that the system use is wrong.

    i want that the system calculate depreciation at Cumulative Acquisition value (Purchase /capitalize/ cost price) less Accumulated Depreciation

    is equals to Written Down Value.

    I want that system use WDV as a base in each year after deducting year depreciation or (Acqusition cost - Accumulated depreciation).

    I post a new asset and assign depreciation key it working well as required.

    But i going to post Old asset for example Rs.100000 in year 2006. its Accumulated depreciation is suppose Rs.30000 in Year end 2011.

    i want to post that asset in year 2012 as 100000-30000 and WDV IS Rs.70000 ;

    i want that it will use 70000 as a base in the coming year to calculate depreciation.

    My response is 100000+30000 and use 130000 as base to calculate the ordinary depreciation for the next year.

    Now Please read the first thread again and guide me according to my scenario.

    or tell me how i post the old asset value and their depreciation.

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    Khalid Mahmood

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 05:51 PM

    Hi,

    First you have to maintain legacy settings for asset transfer.

    Then in AS91 give 100000 then in accumulated dep field put -30000 so autometically your base amout will come for year 2012 60000.

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