ASSET ACCOUNTING CONFIGURATION IN SAP ECC 6.0 PDF

The following document contains information about use of this functionality for a new implementation customer. Prior to New Asset Accounting, to manage parallel valuations one had to use delta depreciation areas, as only one depreciation area 01 could post to the General Ledger in real time. With the new solution it is now possible to post actual values to different depreciation areas in real time. In the following paragraphs I shall attempt to explain the configuration steps involved with an example of our implementation project. This will help you ascertain the Chart of Depreciation settings required in Asset Accounting. Note — This is not applicable to Depreciation areas for Investment Support.

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You can use this business function to be more flexible in the use of different fiscal year variants with parallel ledgers. For you to be able to use this business function, the following criteria must be met:. You can freely define the different fiscal year variants per depreciation area in the Customizing activity Specify Other Versions on Depreciation Area Level. We recommend that for each depreciation area you choose the fiscal year variant of the representative ledger from the assigned ledger group.

If you use the ledger approach parallel ledgers for parallel accounting, with this business function you can post depreciation from Asset Accounting separately to ledger groups in new General Ledger Accounting. Note particularly that the representative ledgers of the different ledger groups can use different fiscal year variants, as long as their start and end dates are the same. In addition, in Asset Accounting you can now enter differing fiscal year variants at depreciation area level also for posting depreciation areas.

If you enter the fiscal year variant of the assigned ledger group for each depreciation area, you can thereby post and display the depreciation to the exact period for each accounting principle using the given fiscal year variant. Features If you use the ledger approach parallel ledgers for parallel accounting, with this business function you can post depreciation from Asset Accounting separately to ledger groups in new General Ledger Accounting.

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Next, I will go into some more detail on some of the larger areas, for example how the depreciation areas work with the ledgers to record the different accounting principles. I will explain what that is and how New Asset Accounting integrates with it and how the new asset transactions work. I will also run through the depreciation and finally I will briefly touch on the migration of assets. However, there have been many improvements in different areas and a much tighter integration to finance, which you can see straight away if you are migrating fixed assets from a legacy system. You no longer post the asset master data and values together and then later post a summary journal to finance. Now, similar to the accounts payable and accounts receivable sub-ledgers, you create the master data first and separately post the value to the asset and simultaneously to the general ledger. In other words, you now have everything in one place.

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