Tryton module for assets management
The account_asset module adds the depreciation of fixed assets.
An Asset defines how an asset is depreciated. It is mainly defined by:
- Product (of type “Assets”).
- Value, Depreciated Amount and Residual Value.
- Start and End Date.
- Depreciation Method:
- Yearly (using fixed year of 365 days)
The asset can be in one of this states:
The depreciation lines can be created.
The accounting moves of depreciation lines are posted.
The value of the asset has been completely depreciated.
A wizard “Create Assets Moves” allows to post all accounting move up to a date.
The day and the month when the move will posted are defined on the accounting configuration.
An Asset Line defines for a date the value to depreciate.
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