(RUS) FA balances (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: January 2, 2013

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

NoteNote

This topic has not been fully updated for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2.

Click Fixed assets (Russia) > Common > Fixed assets. Select an existing fixed asset, and then click Value models. In the FA value models form, click Balance.

Use this form to view the cost details in the lifecycle of an asset. The details are also represented graphically.

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Tab

Description

Values

View the cost details of the fixed asset.

NoteNote

The cost details are displayed in the currency of the fixed asset value model. If the value model currency differs from the company's default currency, the default currency is also displayed in the form.

Graphics

View the graphical representation of the fixed asset balance sheet.

Field

Description

Transaction date

The date of the balance sheet to be viewed. The default date is the current system date.

Budget model

Select the budget model to view the balance sheet for.

First transaction date

The date that the fixed asset was acquired.

Last transaction date

The date of the last transaction registered for the fixed asset.

Acquisition cost

The purchase amount of the fixed asset.

Net book value

The net book value of the fixed asset.

NoteNote

The net book value is the remaining cost on the date specified in the Transaction date field.

Initial cost

The original cost when the fixed asset was put into service.

NoteNote

This includes the revaluation cost.

Cost revaluation

The total of the revaluation costs for adjustments made to the fixed asset as on the date specified in the Transaction date field.

Major repairs

The amount for major repairs for the fixed asset.

Depreciation

The depreciation amount of the fixed asset.

Depreciation Revaluation

The total of the depreciation revaluation on the fixed asset.

Disposal (sale)

The value of the fixed asset at the time of its disposal sale.

Disposal (dismantlement)

The value of the fixed asset at the time of its disassembly.

Writing-off

The expenses related to the fixed asset liquidation.

Currency cost revaluate

The total cost of currency revaluation for the fixed asset.

Currency depreciation revaluate

The total cost of depreciation revaluation for the fixed asset.

Gain/Loss

The amount of loss or gain registered for the fixed asset.

(Partial dismantlement)

Cost revaluation

The revaluation cost on partial disposal of the fixed asset.

Depreciation Revaluation

The depreciation revaluation cost on partial disposal of the fixed asset.

(Depreciation bonus) Scheduled

The scheduled depreciation bonus for the fixed asset.

Posted

The depreciation bonus posted for the fixed asset.

(Budget)

Acquisition cost

The budgeted purchase amount of the fixed asset.

Net book value

The budgeted net book value of the fixed asset.

Initial cost

The original cost budgeted for the fixed asset.

Cost revaluation

The total revaluation costs budgeted for adjustments made to the fixed asset as on the date specified in the Transaction date field.

Major repairs

The amount budgeted for major repairs on the fixed asset.

Depreciation

The budgeted depreciation amount of the fixed asset.

Depreciation Revaluation

The total depreciation revaluation costs budgeted for the fixed asset.

Disposal (sale)

The budgeted amount at the time of disposal sales of the fixed asset.

Disposal (dismantlement)

The budgeted amount at the time of disassembly of the fixed asset.

Writing-off

The expenses budgeted for fixed asset liquidation.

Currency cost revaluate

The total cost of currency revaluation budgeted for the fixed asset.

Currency depreciation revaluate

The total cost of depreciation revaluation budgeted for the fixed asset.

Gain/Loss

The loss or gain amount budgeted for the fixed asset.


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