(RUS) Currency revaluation accounts (modified form) [AX 2012]

Updated: December 11, 2012

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

Click General ledger > Setup > Currency > Currency parameters.

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Click General ledger > Setup > Ledger. Click Currency parameters.

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Click General ledger > Setup > Currency > Currency revaluation accounts.

Use this form to designate the main account that is used by default during the currency revaluation processes. You can designate main accounts for realized gains, realized losses, unrealized gains, and unrealized losses.

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Currency revaluation accounts (form)

Field

Description

Activate parameters

Select this check box to activate the Russian revaluation parameters for the specified currency.

Expense code

Select the expense code that corresponds to the transaction for an exchange rate adjustment that occurs when transactions are settled for an advance holder. You can settle the transaction when the exchange rate adjustment is a loss.

Revenue code

Select the revenue code that corresponds to the transaction for an exchange rate adjustment that occurs when transactions are settled for an advance holder. You can settle the transaction when the exchange rate adjustment is a profit.

Taxable loss

Select No, Tax, or Expense to specify whether the loss type makes the legal entity liable for tax.

Taxable gain

Select No, Tax, or Expense to specify whether the profit type makes the legal entity liable for tax.

Amount difference in tax accounting

Select this check box to set up parameters for currencies for which the amount difference is calculated during tax accounting.

Take VAT into account for expenses

Select this check box to set up parameters for currencies for which the value-added tax (VAT) calculation is considered for expenses.

Expense code (currency conversion)

Select the expense code for currency conversion that is used as a tax dimension for the amount difference transaction.

Revenue code (currency conversion)

Select the revenue code for currency conversion that is used as a tax dimension for the amount difference transaction.


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