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Monday, December 30, 2013

Importing Fixed Assets which are fully depreciated in Prior Years.

 

When importing Fixed Assets into Dynamics GP, several assets may be fully depreciated in “prior years”, which means (Depreciated to Date) will fall in prior years.

Based on your calculation, the asset is supposed to be fully depreciated at (let’s say) 10/02/2005.

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The following error message pops up stating that (Depreciated to Date) should be the last day of the year, as shown below;

 

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Solution:

All dates within prior years won’t be accept but (31/12). Therefore, regardless of the date at which the asset was fully depreciated, the depreciated date should be the last day of the year.

Helping Note!

When changing sensitive fields data, the depreciated to date value may be recalculated again and set to other than the last day of the year. This needs to be considered when considering mass entry tool such as Macro. Refer to support Article ID: 858354.

Best Regards,
Mahmoud M. AlSaadi

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