ABNE– Subsequent revenue
Use this tcode to post revenue to an asset that has been completely retired.
It is sometimes necessary to post revenue or costs for an asset retirement that has already been posted.
For example, you might need to post an insurance benefit or subsidy as subsequent revenue to an asset, although the asset has already been scrapped (deactivated).
Although the asset has already been scrapped (deactivated), these revenues relate to the scrappe asset and therefore need to be associated in asset accounting to the asset.
use the menu path
Accounting->Financial Accounting->Fixed Assets->Posting->Retirement->Subsequent Revenue
or use the tcode ABNE
Company code– Enter the Company Code that the deactivated asset belongs to. Use the drop down if you do not know the company code.
Asset– The asset number that was retired and it needs subsequent revenue.
Enter the the document date and the posting date.
Transaction type– The Transaction type further classifies the nature of the transaction within asset accounting. It also determines which depreciation areas can be posted.
Enter the amount for the subsequent revenue, the asset value date and any text.
The asset value date is the value date for Asset Accounting. It can deviate from the posting and document date and be in posting periods already closed for Financial Accounting.
The asset value date: Determines the date of deactivation of the asset if a complete retirement is being done
It Is used to determine the depreciation end date and the corresponding calculation of profit/loss on retirement of the asset
The asset value date for subsequent revenues cannot precede the asset value date of retirement of the asset.
Example: 12/31/2004Once all the info is entered, click on save.
The transaction gets posted.
Click on transaction- Display to view the transaction.
You can use a different transaction type to post another type of posting. e.g. the transaction type can show up in a different column in the asset history sheet or this transaction type limits the posting to a specific depreciation area.
Follow the same steps. The only thing that is different is the transaction type.
you can view the two transactions we posted here.