1. Click Fixed assets> Common Forms> Fixed assets.

  2. On the Overviewtab, select the fixed asset, and then click Others> Componentry.

    Note Note

    The information for the item is displayed in the Componentryform.

  3. Select a line containing the item, and then click Functions> Add to remainders.

  4. In the Addfield of the Add to remaindersform, enter the remaining quantity.

    Note Note

    The Available quantityfield displays the quantity for this item that is currently part of the fixed asset.

  5. Click OK.

    Note Note

    The lines marked in the upper pane of the Componentryform are transferred to the lower pane and posted to the warehouse for a partial disassembly. In the lower pane, a component list for the partial disassembly is displayed. In the upper pane of the form in the Current quantitycolumn, the component quantity is displayed. The component quantity displayed does not change for the fixed assets after partial disassembly, although the value of the current quantity changes.

  6. In the lower pane of the Componentryform, click Functions> Calculating prices. The balance value depreciation and depreciated cost are calculated for each component that is being written off.

  7. In the Calculation methodfield, select a calculating prices method from the following options:

    • Proportionate– This method is used to assess revaluations in proportion to the original value without considering the component acquisition date.

    • Iterate- The balance value calculation method for the component is based on the fact that the fixed asset revaluation transaction does not include all components in proportion to its original value, but only to the value of the components that is included at the time of the revaluation transaction.

      Note Note

      For more information, see (RUS) Iterate depreciation revaluation method.

  8. Select the Round off market valuecheck box, if the cost must be rounded to an integer value.

  9. Click OKto return to the Componentryform.

    Note Note

    The cost of the item, when it is returned to the warehouse, is calculated. You can update the market value manually, if required. Components are posted to the warehouse with regard to either their calculated or market value, which is determined by the commission during fixed asset disassembly. The difference between the market and calculated values is the profit or loss amount as a result of the disassembly of the asset.

  10. In the lower pane of the Componentryform, on the Dimensiontab, select warehouse dimensions for posting the item to the warehouse.

  11. Close the Componentryform.

  12. Click Fixed Assets> Common Forms> FA journalto open the Journalform and create the write-off disassembly transaction.

  13. Press CTRL+N to create a new journal by selecting a journal name for the write-off disassembly transaction.

  14. Click Linesto open the Journal voucherform.

  15. Press CTRL+N to open the Add to journalform, and then in the Transaction typefield, select Partial take-down.

  16. In the Transaction datefield, enter the transaction date.

  17. In the FA numberfield, select the fixed asset number.

  18. Click OK.

    Note Note

    The partial fixed asset disassembly lines are created in the journal. The balance cost disposal transactions, depreciation, depreciated cost, posting components at market value to the warehouse, and profit or loss from a write-off are created automatically in the base and tax value models. You must enter the transaction details for the other value models for this fixed asset manually.

  19. Click Functions> Show invisibleto display profit and loss.

  20. Click Post> Post. Transactions are created in the ledger and fixed asset account, and the item is posted to the warehouse.

    Note Note

    The partial take-down transaction is displayed in the Partial take-downfield group in the FA balancesform. As the result of a partial fixed asset disassembly with a loss, a line is created for the disassembly transaction in the Deferralsform if the corresponding depreciation group has been configured.

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