I have a situation
I had Fixed Asset previously with amount 100000, and then depreciated amount 20000 as well as per setup with this FA(Straight line Percentage method 20% yearly).
However now I have made some adjustment in FIxed Asset Acquisition and the FA value is 800000 and as per the setup Depreciation value should be 160000, however this is showing 200000 as per the previous setup.
I've realised when the depreciation is made and then Acquisition value adjusted then this context coming as wrongly, not sure why
But if Acquisition is adjusted firstly and then depreciation is coming correctly.
Whats the logic ?
Version 10.0.1 PU25
When you are using the depreciation profile 'straight line service life remaining', it will do the calculation as per your expectation. The default straight line will take the original amount and original number of periods for the calculation of the depreciation amount.
If you are not able to change the depreciation profile, you can test the next option (separate environment first): Enable the parameter on the value model 'Create depreciation adjustments with basis adjustments'. This parameter is used to post depreciation adjustments when a fixed asset acquisition adjustment is posted.
Where is that parameter is located Andre, if you could let me know or any path would help.
It's in the Value model.
If you could give the path? like for vendors ; Accounts Payable-> All Vendors->
Fixed assets > Fixed assets > Select a fixed asset > Click on 'Books' (in case if you are using D365) / otherwise 'Value model' (if using AX2012) > Scroll down to Depreciation section. There you will find a check box as 'Create depreciation adjustments with basis adjustments'.
Also, while disposing fixed assets, you can create depreciation adjustment by setting 'Automatically create depreciation adjustment amounts with disposals' check box in fixed assets parameters form.
Best regards,Sourav Dam
Ramit, if you can't find any form, just type in the name (e.g. "Value model") in the bar next to magnifying glass (or right in the middle in v10). The system will suggest the path.
Moreover, a quick Google search for "Create depreciation adjustments with basis adjustments" gives a ton of hits.
This is stupid to ask for everything.
Eugen, I think you missed to understand I am using D365 and I guess here is no option called value model.
Thanks so much Sourav, it helped
Yes, my bad, it's calls Books. The global "Book" has the default value for all new fixed assets.
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