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I would like to know what is the best possibility to achieve following scenario.
I want to eliminate investment project to fixed assets either by % or by amount. I will have multiple expenses (PO, exp, hour journal) going through the investment project. However, I should be able to select the expense lines that i want to eliminate to FA or select % of total value of project.
I don't use WBS functionality.
There is no % option available but you can capitalize only part of your costs. An example of the process can be found here:
Thanks for your prompt reply.
I get that how do I eliminate thru sub-project or asset under construction.
Apologies if i didn't make my question clear, would l be able to select cost by lines to eliminate ? For e.g my project made up by 4 different costs but only 2 would eliminate to Fixed Assets and rest will remain in the project which later will be moved to other expenses by passing journal.
Does that make sense ?
I don't think that this is possible because when you run the estimate that moves the cost to the fixed asset you usually select the 'set cost to complete zero' method that grabs everything.
In my opinion, you would have to move the costs that shall not be moved to a fixed asset before running the estimate.
I have read the blog ! I have a question from Note 1 : "Asset under construction" when you have cost going to asset on monthly basis and will continue going until the project is complete. How do you depreciate that asset or you don't and wait until all cost is accumulated under fixed assets ?
Hello Prat B,
Whether or not you can depreciate an asset under construction depends on the accounting regulations in your country.
In my home country depreciating assets under construction is something that you usually do not see.
For that reason, we usually do not transfer the costs from the project to the fixed assets on a monthly basis but rather at the end of the project when everything is completed.
Until that time all costs are accumulated in the project module and tracked on a balance sheet account for assets under construction.
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