(RUS) Set up depreciation methods [AX 2012]

Updated: November 21, 2012

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

Depreciation methods are used to define the rules for calculating depreciation. Use this procedure to set up depreciation methods.

  1. Click Fixed assets (Russia) > Setup > Depreciation methods.

  2. Press CTRL+N to create a new depreciation method.

  3. In the Depreciation method field, enter the identification code of the depreciation method for the fixed asset.

  4. In the Name field, enter the name of the depreciation method.

  5. In the Method field, select the depreciation method from the following options:

    • Linear − This method is a uniform accrual method. A capital allowance is calculated proportionately for each period or interval that you set up, such as monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually, or for the whole 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 start of the reporting year. 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 that is multiplied by a fixed ratio.

    • By number of years − The asset value is based on the number of years of useful life that remain.

    • 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 is 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 is the useful life of the asset group in months.

  6. In the Interval field, select the period for which the depreciation must be accrued. If you select Quarterly in the Interval field, you must enter three monthly transactions instead of a single transaction for the whole quarter.

  7. In the Factor field, enter the factor or percentage that must be reduced by interval.

    NoteNote

    This field is available only if you select Reducing remainder or Factor as the depreciating method.

  8. In the Cost limit field for the Tax nonlinear method, enter the cutoff percentage value. When the accrued depreciation amount is calculated, the depreciation amount for the year is recalculated based on the service life and the depreciation profile for the asset. The amount is allocated across the specified periods in the year.

  9. Click Schedule of depreciation to manually create depreciation schedules for fixed assets.

    NoteNote

    The Schedule of depreciation button is available only if you select Manual as the depreciation method.


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