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FA Cost posting to tax ledgers

Why would my cost in fixed assets post only to the AA ledger and not the =
tax ledgers? The UDC table for these ledger types does not have a =
special handling code indicated.

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collonfox

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What is the source of the costs? Are they JE's or Vouchers or
Receivers or something else?

Are the tax ledgers added in the default coding setup for that cost
account (accounting class)?

There is a processing option in the interactive versions for P1204 that
calls the P1201 and within the interactive version for P1201 you can
turn off F1202 row creation when first creating the asset physical
record. If you are using subledgers this is valuable to prevent two
cost records for each asset. Are you posting cost to a subledger and
looking at the cost record without entering a subledger?

Collon



--- FStockbridge <FStockbridge@email.msn.com> wrote:
> Why would my cost in fixed assets post only to the AA ledger and not
> the =
> tax ledgers? The UDC table for these ledger types does not have a =
> special handling code indicated.
>
> Xe
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Hi Collon,

The cost for the assets is coming from Vouchers and a few JE's.

The Tax ledgers have been added to the default coding setup.

I'll check the processing options on the P1204 and P1201.
Thanks,
Fran
----- Original Message -----
From: collonfox <collonfox@yahoo.com>
To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 1:23 PM
Subject: Re: FA Cost posting to tax ledgers


> What is the source of the costs? Are they JE's or Vouchers or
> Receivers or something else?
>
> Are the tax ledgers added in the default coding setup for that cost
> account (accounting class)?
>
> There is a processing option in the interactive versions for P1204 that
> calls the P1201 and within the interactive version for P1201 you can
> turn off F1202 row creation when first creating the asset physical
> record. If you are using subledgers this is valuable to prevent two
> cost records for each asset. Are you posting cost to a subledger and
> looking at the cost record without entering a subledger?
>
> Collon
>
>
>
> --- FStockbridge <FStockbridge@email.msn.com> wrote:
> > Why would my cost in fixed assets post only to the AA ledger and not
> > the =
> > tax ledgers? The UDC table for these ledger types does not have a =
> > special handling code indicated.
> >
> > Xe
> > sandbox
> >
> >
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