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January 18, 2017 08:53AM
There is no right or wrong on this. It simply controls how the income statement shows this depreciation expense. If you want a report that does not show until year end, then make this selection. If you want a report that calculates the total depreciation year to date, it takes what has been entered into the current year and divides by 365 days times the days in the date range selected for the income statement to come with a year to date total, or entire year posts the entire amount for current year depreciation on the income statement no matter the date range. Hope this makes sense. This would have not bearing on the depreciation year cost on livestock when recording a sale.

Thanks,

Kathy Cline,
Farm Works Software
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Entering breeding stock depreciation

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