(LVA) Tax depreciation (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: February 14, 2013

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

Click Fixed assets > Periodic > Tax depreciation.

Use this form to calculate depreciation for tax purposes.

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

Button

Description

Calculate

Calculate tax depreciation for a category. You can select multiple lines to calculate depreciation for.

Tax depreciation details

Open the Tax depreciation details form.

Tax depreciation report

Print the Tax depreciation report.

Field

Description

Period name

Enter a name for the tax depreciation for the specified calculation date.

Period start date

Enter the start of the tax period.

Period end date

Enter the end of the tax period.

Period status

Select the status of the tax depreciation period from the following options:

  • Open

  • Closed

Category

Select the value model for tax depreciation.

For more information, see Value models (form)

Summarized

Select this check box to summarize the depreciation calculation for all fixed assets assigned to a category (value model) that has the Summarize for category check box selected on the Value models form.

Coefficient

The coefficient assigned to this value model.

Start balance

The net book value of the fixed assets at the end of the previous taxation period.

Acquisition

The adjustment value of the acquisition.

Total adjustments

The acquisition adjustments made to the fixed assets.

Disposal amount

The total disposal amount of the fixed assets that are disposed in of the tax period.

Adjusted value

The total book value at the start of the tax period, which is used to calculate depreciation for the period.

Percentage

The depreciation percentage that is assigned to the category.

Depreciation

The depreciation amount for the fixed asset.

End balance

The net book value of the fixed asset at the end of the tax period.


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