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change sign rule for ordinary depreciation

Good day experts,

The sign rule for the depreciation area 01 now is selected as "all values allowed" and It is required to change it to "Only negative values and zero allowed". We have assets which has already a positive depreciation. Is this change possible? if so, what are the consecuences?

Many thanks,

Antonio

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2012 at 10:17 PM

    Dear Antonio,

    Yes it is possible to change the setting at the following navigation path>

    IMG/Financial Accounting/ Asset Accounting / Depreciation / Ordinary Depreciation > Determine Depreciation Area. (Select your depreciation area) and from "all values allowed " to make "Only negative value and zero allowed"

    This change will only affect you on going process, as system has already ran the catch up of depreciation area, by selecting the indicator to "Only negative value and zero allowed" The system then ensures that only negative depreciation amounts are allowed in this area".

    If for Example ;

    You want to calculate the negative depreciation of positive APC (this is the normal procedure) in an area, you must set the indicator "Negative values (incl. zero)". The system then ensures that only negative depreciation amounts are allowed in this area.

    Hope this will help,

    Best Luck,

    Nishan Dev

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    • Hello Nishan,

      Many thanks for the reply, and my apologies for not answer before. I had problems with my account. regarding this case. We didn't change the deppreciation for "Only negative values and zero allowed" So I can't test the results. Neverless your explanation was clear and has sense.

      Thank you!

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