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by Davin Wilfrid, Former Contributing Editor, SAP Experts April 17, 2009
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While the switch to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is getting all the attention, the two boards that govern US and international accounting rules are mulling another change that could have a big impact on businesses that lease equipment. If passed, the proposal could add significant complexity to the way leases are accounted for at companies running SAP systems.

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by Thomas Michael, Senior SAP Product Expert, Michael Management Corporation October 15, 2007
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Preview this excerpt of Thomas Michael’s SAP PRESS book Reporting for SAP Asset Accounting to see some key reporting features in Asset Accounting (FI-AA). The book reviews both the various kinds of standard reports available and some important reporting tools that users often overlook.

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by Thomas Michael, Senior SAP Product Expert, Michael Management Corporation April 15, 2007
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Learn five steps to reconcile the Asset Accounting sub-ledger with FI-GL after you complete the initial go-live implementation when you bring over the asset data from your legacy system into your SAP system.

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by Thomas Michael, Senior SAP Product Expert, Michael Management Corporation February 15, 2007
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Find out the difference between using mid-month start dates and altered period control settings in Asset Accounting to calculate the depreciation for your assets appropriately.

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by Thomas Michael, Senior SAP Product Expert, Michael Management Corporation November 15, 2006
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Learn a quick and easy way to avoid costly recalculation and reconciliation projects by preventing acquisition postings to settled assets.

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by Thomas Michael, Senior SAP Product Expert, Michael Management Corporation October 15, 2006
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Find out how to set your SAP fixed asset system to allow for negative values, specifically Negative net book value and Negative acquisition cost. Without these settings your settlements from orders or work breakdown structure elements may result in errors whenever you encounter negative values such as vendor credit memos.

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by Thomas Michael, Senior SAP Product Expert, Michael Management Corporation September 15, 2006
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Basic configuration settings improperly defined in the Asset Accounting module can result in major vulnerabilities in data integrity and safety. For example, the common error of failing to set the company code status to productive can lead to problems including loss of your master records.

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by Thomas Michael, Senior SAP Product Expert, Michael Management Corporation November 15, 2004
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