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What-If Analysis: Calculated Total Depreciation Amount Exceeds Adjusted Recoverable Cost (Doc ID 2340256.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 25, 2019

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What-If Analysis is calculating wrongly depreciation amount in the last/final period because it dose not consider adjusted recoverable cost.
As a result, total depreciation amount exceeds adjusted recoverable cost.

Total depreciation amount in What-If Analysis should NOT exceed adjusted recoverable cost.

Steps to Reproduce - Case1
1.  APR-17 *** Addition

    Cost                       : 14000
    YTD depreciation           : 0
    Accumulated depreciation   : 0
    Date in Service            : 01-APR-2017
    Depreciation method        : STL 1 Year
    Salvage value              : *Blank
    Depreciation limit amount  : 1
    Recoverable Cost           : 14000
    Adjusted Recoverable Cost  : 13999

2.  APR-17 *** What-If Analysis

Depreciation in MAR-18 should be 1162, instead of 1163
1167 * 11months + 1163 = 14000 and it exceeds adjusted recoverable cost.


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