(RUS) FA value models (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: February 1, 2013

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

Click Fixed assets (Russia) > Common > Fixed assets. On the Action Pane, click Value models.

Use this form to create or update value models for fixed assets.

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

Tab

Description

Overview

Create or update the details of value models for fixed assets.

General

Update details of the selected value model.

Financial dimensions

Update the dimension details.

Lease

Enter the transaction details for a leased fixed asset.

Deferrals

Create deferrals.

Button

Description

Transactions

Open the FA transactions form, where you can view the fixed asset transactions for the selected value model.

Budget transactions

Open the FA budget transactions form, where you can view the fixed asset budget transactions for the selected value model.

FA lifetime history

Open the FA history form, where you can view the parametric changes that are related to the lifetime and depreciation factor of a fixed asset.

Depreciation accounts

Open the Depreciation accounts form, where you can set up depreciation account details for the fixed asset.

Balance

Open the Balance by FA form, where you can view the cost details in the life cycle of the asset.

Field

Description

Value model

Select a value model.

Depreciation group

Select a depreciation group.

FA inventory number

The fixed asset number.

Depreciation method

Select the depreciation method that is used to calculate the depreciation for the fixed asset.

Posting profile

Select the posting profile to post the fixed asset transactions to.

Putting into operation amount

Enter the acquisition amount for the fixed asset.

Depreciation start date

Select the date when the fixed asset begins to depreciate.

Name 
(In the Value model field group)

The name of the value model.

Name 
(In the FA group field group)

The name of the depreciation group.

Depreciation method in FA group

The depreciation method.

Lifetime of FA group

The lifetime that is set for the fixed asset.

Interval

The interval during which to calculate depreciation. The interval can be Monthly, Quarterly, Half-Yearly, or Yearly.

Method

The method that is used to calculate depreciation. The method can be one of the following:

  • Linear – This is a uniform accrual method. A capital allowance is calculated proportionately for each time period or interval that you set up, such as monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually, or for the entire service life of the asset.

  • Reducing remainder – This method decreases the depreciation value over the service life of the asset. The depreciation amount is based on the residual value of the fixed asset at the beginning of the reporting year, and the depreciation rate is calculated based on the remaining useful life and the acceleration factor.

  • Manual – The depreciation schedule is defined as a percentage value for each period. In this method, you can manually define the depreciation rate for each depreciation period.

  • Factor – The depreciation amount is calculated as a remaining amount multiplied by a fixed ratio.

  • By number of years – The asset value is based on the number of years of useful life that are remaining.

  • Product output/mileage – The asset value is proportionate to the volume of units that are produced.

  • Tax nonlinear – The accrued monthly depreciation for the asset is defined as the product of its remaining value and the depreciation rate. The depreciation rate is defined as K= (2/n) * 100%, where n = the useful life of the asset in months.

  • Tax nonlinear group method – The accrued monthly depreciation for the asset group is defined as the product of its remaining value and the depreciation rate. The depreciation rate is defined as K = (2/n) * 100%, where n = the useful life of the asset group in months.

Factor 
(In the FA group field group)

The factor that is applied to each interval when depreciation is calculated by using the non-linear or reducing balance method.

Name 
(In the Fixed assets field group)

The description of the fixed asset.

Description

The name of the fixed asset posting profile.

Currency

Select the currency code that is used for the fixed asset transaction.

Lifetime

The lifetime of the fixed asset. The value that is displayed in this field depends on the value that you indicate in the FA history form.

Factor 
(In the Depreciation field group)

The factor by which the depreciation rate is increased or reduced.

Last depreciation date

The most recent date when the depreciation is calculated for the selected fixed asset.

Remains cost after writing-off

Enter the dismantlement cost for the fixed asset.

Don't lock

Select this check box to indicate that the selected fixed asset can have transactions posted against it.

Disposal date

The date when the fixed asset was sold or scrapped.

Disposal cost

The amount that is gained from the sale or dismantlement of the fixed asset.

Posting profile 
(In the Leased FA posting field group)

Select a posting profile for a fixed asset that is leased.

Description 
(In the Leased FA posting field group)

The description of the fixed asset lease transaction.

Leased

A selected check box indicates that the fixed asset is leased.

Disposal

Select this option to indicate that the deferral is created for a fixed asset disposal.

Partial dismantlement

Select this option to indicate that the deferral is created for a partial dismantlement of a fixed asset.

Model number

Select a value model for deferral calculation.

Deferrals group

Select a deferrals group.

Expense code

Select an expense code for tax accounting.


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