Sage Fixed Assets - Tracking Sage Fixed Assets—Planning is designed to do help you account for everything, and it allows you to manage as many projects as you need, regardless of the type or size. And when the assets are ready for use, they can be easily created in Sage Fixed Assets—Depreciation. And with advanced fixed-asset accounting and reporting features, Sage Fixed Assets—Depreciation can help you prepare your year-end financials, allocate costs, calculate depreciation, eliminate redundant data entry, and store digital images of key asset records such as purchase orders, warranty information, and insurance records.
Unique identifier for the Payables invoice distribution for the asset addition. InvoiceId long Unique identifier for the Payables invoice for the asset addition. It is usually derived from the invoice number.
InvoiceLineNumber Unique sequence number for the Payables invoice line for the asset addition. InvoiceNumber Unique sequence number for the Payables invoice for the asset addition.
InvoicePaymentId Unique identifier for the Payables payment for the asset addition. InvoiceUpdatedBy User who last updated the Payables invoice. When you use Fusion Assets for plant asset or group asset accounting, you specify how this group asset retirement rule is enforced.
ManufacturerName Name of the manufacturer. Maximum length is characters. MassPropertyFlag Indicates whether to include this addition in a mass property asset.
Reserved for internal use. MaterialIndicatorFlag boolean Indicates whether to track material assets under the Capital Resource Logistics feature.
MemberRollupFlag boolean Indicates whether the group asset depreciation amount is the sum of the member asset depreciation amounts. MethodId Unique identifier for calculating depreciation for the asset addition.
ModelNumber Model number supplied by the manufacturer. Maximum length is 40 characters. NewMasterFlag Determines whether to reclassify the asset that is being adjusted.
NewUsed Indicator to show whether the asset was new when put to use. OverDepreciateOption string Specifies how the group asset applies its depreciation limits.
Possible values are No limit is enforced for periodic depreciation onlyYes limit is enforced for all transactionsor Depreciation ignore depreciation limits.
The default is No. OwnedLeased Indicator to show whether the asset was owned when put to use. PODistributionId Unique identifier for the purchase order distribution line matched to the Payables invoice distribution line. PONumber Sequence number for the purchase order matched to the Payables invoice.
ParentAssetId long Unique identifier of the parent of the asset created for the asset addition by the Post Mass Additions process. PayablesBatchName Batch name of the batch that created the Payables invoice.
Maximum length is 50 characters. PostBatchId Unique identifier of the post mass additions batch for this addition. PostingStatus Posting status of the mass addition. PreparerId Person responsible for preparing the addition.
ProcessOrder Sequence to control the order of additions during processing. ProjectId long Unique identifier of the project from which the costs were collected, summarized, and transferred from Oracle Fusion Projects.
PropertyCode string Indicates how tax is applied based on the property type class. Valid values are personal property or real property.
PropertyTypeCode string Indicates how tax is applied based on the property type. Valid values are Personal personal property and Real real property.Partial-year depreciation; asset addition; increase in useful life On April 1, , the KB Toy Company purchased equipment to be used in its manufacturing process.
The equipment cost $48,, has an eight-year useful life, and has no residual value. When selling the asset as scrap (even if not immediately), the firm removes its cost and accumulated depreciation from the asset and accumulated depreciation accounts.
In addition, the accountant records its estimated salvage value in a Salvaged Materials account and recognizes a gain or loss on disposal.
Set Increases service life if the addition increases the service life of the asset. This field is informational only. To increase the service life, modify the Service life . Depreciation has been defined as the diminution in the utility or value of an asset.
Depreciation is a non cash expense. It does not result in any cash outflow. Causes of depreciation are natural wear and tear. (net book value) then the excess would be considered a gain and subject to depreciation recapture. In addition, this gain above the. depreciation deductions for an asset because the asset was sold, traded, abandoned, or otherwise disposed of or because it has reached the end of its depreciable life, you must reverse the addition .
Since Maine does not recognize bonus depreciation, in the asset?s first year, there will be an addition to income equal to the amount of federal bonus depreciation plus regular deprecation over the amount of Maine depreciation expense.