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I have run the depreciation for Jan 2017. In the P&L side, the depreciation expense (X910000) has the correct depreciation figure $ 261498 shown in the P&L. But when I tried to get the accumulated depreciation figures in balance sheet, such as A512110 Depreciation for Buildings account, the figure for Jan 2017 is the same as Dec 2016, which is incorrect, because the Jan 2017 figure should have increased by the Jan depreciation amount.
Previously in 2016, when I ran the depreciation journal, the balance sheet accumulated depreciation figures would change correctly. I don’t know why for Jan 2017, it cannot reflect, and looks like that the O310000 Retained Earnings – Current cannot capture this depreciation as well.
Before I transferred the 2016 closing figures to 2017 opening figures, I finished the majority of the Jan 2017 transactions first, and these Jan 2017 transactions can be captured by the AX in Jan 2017. Would this be the source of the problem? Because after I have transferred the opening figures, I did several transactions including this depreciation journal and other small journals, and then these cannot be captured by AX.
Hi Harrison Shuen,
Can you check some of your depreciation vouchers and see if the accumulated depreciation account is used?
Has there any other change in the setup compared to the previous month?
Thanks for your response indeed. A can see my depreciation voucher for Jan 2017 and then back would be Dec 2016, Nov 2016, etc, no problem for this. Accumulated depreciation is used.... I think our voucher is using "Account" and "Value model", and these would match with the accumulated depreciation. And in our "Setup-Fixed assets-Posting profiles-Ledger accounts" in AX, these match with the accumulated depreciation accounts, and they have been the same and unchanged, every month is the same.
I am wondering whether the journals cannot be posted to general ledger was due to the transfer of closing figures to opening figures. Because for the transactions before the transfer, they could be posted. But after the transfer, looks like they cannot be posted.
Appreciate if you can further help on this again.
I just tried again, and I think that I didn't press the "consolidation-online" button after I have done those 2nd-time transactions and journals. Now, I just pressed it and then consolidated those 2nd-time transactions and journals, and it looks ok now. But again, appreciate your reply very much indeed.
I do not think that the issue was caused by the transfer of the closing figures to opening figures. Otherwise, you must have experienced the same problem already in the past.
I do not know how the consolidation online button is related to the fixed asset problem you mentioned above. Probably because of a System modification that has been implemented?!
Anyway, it seems that you have been able to get this fixed, which is the most important thing :-)
Best regards and all the best,
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