This appendix contains the following topics:
The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fixed Assets system includes these elements that you can include in the depreciation formulas:
01: Inception to Date Cost.
02: Accumulated Depreciation Balance Forward Primary.
03: Asset Life Periods.
04: Asset Life Periods Elapsed at Beginning of Current Year.
05: Asset Life Periods Remaining at Beginning of Current Year.
06: Asset Life Periods Current Year.
07: Salvage Value.
08: Annual Depreciation Base Amount.
09: Annual Depreciation Limit.
10: Basis.
11: Annual Rule Multiplier.
12: Multiplier/Constant.
13: Asset Life in Days.
14: Asset Life in Days Expired at Beginning of Current Year.
15: Asset Life in Days Remaining at Beginning of Current Year.
16: Asset Life in Days to Depreciate Current Year.
17: Asset Life Days Percent Expired at Beginning of Current Year.
18: Asset Life Days Percent in Current Year.
19: Asset Life Days Percent Remaining at Beginning of Current Year.
20: Asset Life Days Percent Inception Through End of Current Year.
21: Asset Life Days Percent in First Year.
22: YeartoDate Accumulated Depreciation Primary.
23: Accumulated Depreciation Balance Forward Secondary.
24: YeartoDate Accumulated Depreciation Secondary.
25: Statistic Percent Inception to Date Through Current Year.
26: Statistic Percent Current Period.
27: Statistic Unit Current Period DS1xxx.
28: Statistic Year to Date DS1xxx.
29: Statistic Unit Inception to Date Original DS2xxx.
30: Statistic Unit Inception to Date Base DS3xxx.
31: Statistic General Ledger Unit Inception to Date DS4xxx.
32: Statistic General Ledger Percent.
33: Units of Production Current Year Percent.
34: Units of Production Current Year.
35: Units of Production Prior Year.
36: Units of Production Total.
37: Sum of the Years Digits Denominator.
38: Sum of the Years Digits Numerator.
39: Sum of the Years Digits Inverse of Years Digit.
40: Sum of the Years Digits First Year Percent.
41: Sum of the Years Digits Last Year Percent.
42: Asset Master Investment Tax Credit Amount.
43: Replacement Cost.
44: Replacement Cost Last Year.
45: Insurance Value.
46: Salvage Value From Asset Balances.
47: Asset Method Percent.
48: Company/LT Method Percent.
49: Normal Number of Periods.
50: Initial Year Apportionment Percent.
51: Intermediate Accumulated Depreciation  Primary Rule.
52: Intermediate Accumulated Depreciation  Secondary Rule.
53: Life Year in Process.
54: Intermediate Accumulated Deprecation  Best Rule.
55: Asset Life Periods Current Year (Rounded to Half Periods).
56: Disposal Year Apportionment Percentage.
57: Amount One (Asset Balances) DSA1 AAI.
58: Amount Two (Asset Balances) DSA2 AAI.
59: Amount Three (Asset Balances) DSA3 AAI.
60: Amount One (General Ledger) DSA4 AAI.
61: Amount Two (General Ledger) DSA5 AAI.
62: Amount Three (General Ledger) DSA6 AAI.
63: Initial Period Apportionment Percent.
64: Actual Remaining Life Periods.
This table describes each element:
Element  Description 

01
Asset Cost  Inception to Date Through Current Year 
Source: F1202 (FLAPYC plus period buckets)
Element 01 adds the beginning balance field with all of the current year posting amounts for Fixed Assets cost accounts. A cost record in the Fixed Assets Balances table (F1202) has a balance character code (FLCHCD) of 1. 
02
Accumulated Depreciation  Balance Forward (Primary) 
Source: F1202 (FLAPYC)
Element 02 uses the beginning balance field for the accumulated depreciation expense accounts to calculate the prior yearending balance amounts. A primary accumulated depreciation expense account in the Fixed Assets Balances table (F1202) has a balance character code (FLCHCD) of 2. 
03
Asset Life in Periods 
Source: F1202 (FLADLM)
Application: Depreciation Information (P1202) Element 03 uses the number of life months as it is stored in table F1202 for an asset. 
04
Asset Life in Periods Elapsed at Beginning of Current Year 
Calculated: (Element 3 (Asset Life in Periods))  (Element 05 (Asset Life Periods Remaining at Beginning of Current Year))
Use this element to determine the number of periods that have already elapsed for an asset. For example, the asset life in periods is 60 months. The remaining periods at the beginning of the year is 36 months. (60 months)  (36 months) = (24 periods) that have elapsed at the beginning of the year. 
05
Asset Life Periods Remaining at Beginning of Current Year 
Calculated: (Element 15. (Asset Life Days Remaining at Beginning of Current Year)) / 365.25 * (Element 49 (Normal Number of Periods))
Use this element to determine the number of periods remaining for an asset at the beginning of the year. For example, a 5year asset has 1,096 days remaining at the beginning of the current fiscal year. This element calculates (the number of days remaining at the beginning of the year) / 365.25 * (the normal number of periods). (1096/365.25) * 12 = (36 months) 
06
Asset Life Periods Current Year 
Calculated: (Element 18 (Asset Life Days Percent in Current Year)) * (Element 03 (Asset Life Periods))
Use this element to determine an asset's life in periods for the current year. For example, a 5year asset has a life of 1826.25 days, or (365.25 days) * (5 years). If the asset is in year 2 of its life, then the number of days that the asset is depreciable is 365.25 for the entire second year. The number of periods is calculated as (365.25/1826.25) * 60 = (12 periods). 
07
Salvage Value 
Source: F12852 (LVFORS)
Application: Depreciation Rule Revisions (P12851) Calculated: (Element 03 (Asset Life Periods))  (Element 05 (Assets Life Periods Remaining at Beginning of Current Year)). Calculate results from the formula that is associated with the Salvage Value formula defined in the current life year rule. Use this element in any formula for Upper/Lower Limits, Basis, or depreciation formulas. The default value is zero. Note: Element 07 has precedence if both Element 07 and Element 46 are defined. 
08
Annual Depreciation Base Amount 
Source: F12852 (LVFORL)
Application: Depreciation Rule Revisions (P12851) Calculate results from the formula that is associated with the Lower Limit formula defined in the current life year rule. Use the Lower Limit value (Element 08) in any formula for Basis, or Depreciation formulas. The default value is zero. Runtime Processing after Depreciation Formula calculation: Example 1: Annual Depreciation = 800, Lower Limit = 1000, Adjust Annual Depreciation = 1000 Example 2: Annual Depreciation = 1000, Lower Limit = 800, No Adjustment 
09
Annual Depreciation Limit 
Source: F12852 (LVFORU)
Application: Depreciation Rule Revisions (P12851) Calculate results from the formula that is associated with the Upper Limit formula defined in the current life year rule. Use the Upper Limit value (Element 09) in any formula for Basis, or Depreciation formulas. The default value is zero. Runtime Processing after Depreciation Formula calculation: Example 1: Annual Depreciation = 1000, Upper Limit = 800, Adjust Annual Depreciation = 800 Example 2: Annual Depreciation = 800, Upper Limit = 1000, No Adjustment 
10
Basis 
Source: F12852 (LVFORB)
Application: Depreciation Rule Revisions (P12851) Calculate results from the formula that is associated with the Basis formula defined in the current life year rule. Use the Basis value (Element 10) in Depreciation formulas. Default Value is Element 01 (Inception to Date Cost). 
11
Annual Rule Multiplier 
Source: F12852 (LVANMP)
Application: Depreciation Rule Revisions (P12851) Annual Rule Formula. Use this element as a constant multiplier for a life year rule. Calculated: (Element 10 (Basis)) * (Element 11 (Annual Rule Multiplier)). For example, MACRS methods 12 and 13. This element is derived from the percent amount that you specify in the Annual Multiplier field on the Life Year Rules form (W12851E). Use this element to establish a fixed percentage that can be used in a formula for a specific period of time in an asset's life. If a depreciation formula is not defined, the system automatically uses depreciation formula 95. 
12
Multiplier/Constant 
Source: F12853 (LWDFAM)
Application: Depreciation Formulas (P12853) This element is derived from the value that is specified in the Multiplier/Constant field in the depreciation formula. To define a constant for Upper/Lower limits, the formula is defined as 12 with the appropriate constant value in the Multiplier/Constant field. 
13
Asset Life in Days 
Release 9.2 Update
Calculated: (Number of days between modified start date and modified end date) + 1 
14
Asset Life in Days Expired at Beginning of Current Year 
Calculated: (Element 13 (Asset Life in Days))  Element 15 (Asset Life in Days Remaining at Beginning of Current Year)). 
15
Asset Life in Days Remaining at Beginning of Current Year 
Calculated: If (Modified Start Date Fiscal Year < F0008 Start PO Through Date Fiscal Year) Element 13  F0008 Start PO Through Date  Modified Start Date, else Element 13 
16
Asset Life in Days to Depreciate Current Year 
Calculated: If (Modified Start Date Fiscal Year = F0008 Start PO Through Date Fiscal Year) F0008 Last Period  Modified Start Date, else if (Fully Depreciated Date Fiscal Year = F0008 Start PO Through Date Fiscal Year) Fully Depreciated Date  F0008 Start PO Through Date, else if (Disposal Date Fiscal Year = F0008 Start PO Through Date Fiscal Year) Disposal Date  F0008 Start PO Through Date, else F0008 Last Period  F0008 Start PO Through Date 
17
Asset Life Days Percent Expired at Beginning of Current Year 
Calculated: (Element 14 (Asset Life Days Expired at Beginning of Current Year)) / (Element 13 (Asset Life in Days)). 
18
Asset Life Days Percent in Current Year 
Calculated: (Element 16 (Asset Life in Days to Depreciate Current Year) / (Element 13 (Asset Life in Days)).
For example, if a 5year asset is in year 2 of its life, then the number of days that the asset is depreciable is 365.25. The percentage is calculated as 365.25/1826.25 = 20 percent. 
19
Asset Life Days Percent Remaining at Beginning of Current Year 
Calculated: (Element 15 (Asset Life Days Remaining at Beginning of Current Year)) / (Element 13 (Asset Life in Days)).
For example, if an asset had 1096 days remaining at the beginning of the year and its life was 1826 days, then the calculation is 1096/1826 = 60 percent. 
20
Asset Life Days Percent Inception Through End of Current Year 
Calculated: ((Element 14 (Asset Life Days Expired at Beginning of Current Year)) + (Element 16 (Asset Life in Days to Depreciate Current Year))) / (Element 13 (Asset Life in Days)). 
21
Asset Life Days Percent in First Year 
Calculated: If ((Disposal Date Blank) and (Disposal Date Fiscal Year < Modified Depreciation Start Date Fiscal Year)), ((Disposal Date)  (Modified Depreciation Start Date) + 1) / (Element 13)
Else ((End of Fiscal Year Date for the modified start fiscal year)  (Modified Depreciation Start Date) + 1) / (Element 13) 
22
YeartoDate Accumulated Depreciation Primary 
Source: F1202 (sum of period buckets)
This element uses the sum of all the prior current period posting fields from the Asset Account Balances File table (F1202) for an asset, ledger type, subledger, or subledger type. The account type of 2 should be used for retrieval. (CHCD = 2 in F1202) 
23
Accumulated Depreciation Balance Forward Secondary 
Source: F1202 (FLAPYC)
The prior year balance from the Asset Account Balances File table (F1202) for an asset, ledger type, subledger, or subledger type that is related to secondary depreciation accounts. The SDA AAI identifies the secondary accumulated depreciation accounts. The account type of 3 should be used to retrieve the secondary depreciation. (CHCD = 3 in F1202) 
24
YearToDate Accumulated Depreciation Secondary 
Source: F1202 (sum of period buckets)
This element uses the sum of all of the prior current period posting fields from the Asset Accounts Balances File table (F1202) for an asset, ledger type, subledger, or subledger type. The account type of 3 should be used for retrieval. (CHCD = 3 in F1202) 
25
Statistic Percent Inception to Date Through Current Year 
Calculated: (Element 28 (Statistic Year to Date DS1xxx)) / (Element 30 (Statistic Unit Inception To Date Base DS3xxx)).
Ledger Type: AU from F1202 
26
Statistic Percent Current Period 
Calculated: (Element 27 (Statistic Unit Current Period DS1xxx)) / (Element 30 (Statistic Unit Inception To Date Base DS3xxx)).
Ledger Type: AU from F1202 
27
Statistic Unit Current Period DS1xxx 
Source: Concatenate the category number that is defined from Fixed Asset Constants (F1200.LNDPCC) with DS1, and validate the DS1xxx AAI with company 00000.
Ledger Type: AU from F1202 If the DS1xxx AAI fails, validate the DS1 with company 00000. If the AAI is successful, use the F1202 Key: FLNUMB = F1201.FANUMB (Asset Number), FLCTRY = F1202.FLCTRY (Century), FLFY = F1202.FLFY (Fiscal Year), FLLT = AU (Actual Units) from F1202, FLMCU = F1201.FAMCU or F0012.KGMCU (Business Unit), FLOBJ = F0012.KGOBJ (Object Account), FLSUB = F0012.KGSUB (Subsidiary) The DS1 AAI is used with DS1xxx (category code) or DS1, company = 00000, MCU is optional, OBJ is required, and SUB is optional. If the table F1202 fetch is successful, use the Current Period for the Result (Period) else default value is zero. 
28
Statistic Year to Date DS1xxx 
Source: Concatenate the category number that is defined from Fixed Asset Constants (F1200.LNDPCC) with DS1, and validate the DS1xxx AAI with company 00000.
Ledger Type: AU from F1202 If the DS1xxx AAI fails, validate the DSI with company 00000. If the AAI is successful, use the F1202 Key: FLNUMB = F1201.FANUMB (Asset Number), FLCTRY = F1202.FLCTRY (Century), FLFY = F1202.FLFY (Fiscal Year), FLLT = AU (Actual Units) from F1202, FLMCU = F1201.FAMCU or F0012.KGMCU (Business Unit), FLOBJ = F0012.KGOBJ (Object Account), FLSUB = F0012.KGSUB (Subsidiary) The DS1 AAI is used with DS1xxx (category code) or DS1, company = 00000, MCU is optional, OBJ is required, and SUB is optional. If the table F1202 fetch is successful, use Balance Forward with Balance Up to Current Period (FLAPYC + (sum of period buckets)) else default value is zero. 
29
Statistic Unit Inception to Date Original DS2xxx 
Source: Concatenate the category number that is defined from Fixed Asset Constants (F1200.LNDPCC) with DS2, and validate the DS2xxx AAI with company 00000.
Ledger Type: AU from F1202 If the DS2xxx AAI fails, validate the DS2 with company 00000. If the AAI is successful, use the F1202 Key: FLNUMB = F1201.FANUMB (Asset Number), FLCTRY = F1202.FLCTRY (Century), FLFY = F1202.FLFY (Fiscal Year), FLLT = AU (Actual Units) from F1202, FLMCU = F1201.FAMCU or F0012.KGMCU (Business Unit), FLOBJ = F0012.KGOBJ (Object Account), FLSUB = F0012.KGSUB (Subsidiary) The DS2 AAI is used with DS2xxx (category code) or DS2, company = 00000, MCU is optional, OBJ is required, and SUB is optional. If the F1202 fetch is successful, use Balance Forward with Balance Up to Current Period (FLAPYC + (sum of period buckets)) else default value is zero. 
30
Statistic Unit Inception to Date Base DS3xxx 
Source: Concatenate the category number that is defined from Fixed Asset Constants (F1200.LNDPCC) with DS3, and validate the DS3xxx AAI with company 00000.
Ledger Type: AU from F1202 If the DS3xxx AAI fails, validate the DS3 with company 00000. If the AAI is successful, use the F1202 Key: FLNUMB = F1201.FANUMB (Asset Number), FLCTRY = F1202.FLCTRY (Century), FLFY = F1202.FLFY (Fiscal Year), FLLT = AU (Actual Units) from F1202, FLMCU = F1201.FAMCU or F0012.KGMCU (Business Unit), FLOBJ = F0012.KGOBJ (Object Account), FLSUB = F0012.KGSUB (Subsidiary) The DS3 AAI is used with DS3xxx (category code) or DS3, company = 00000, MCU is optional, OBJ is required, and SUB is optional. If the F1202 fetch is successful, use Balance Forward with Balance Up to Current Period (FLAPYC + (sum of period buckets)) else default value is zero. 
31
Statistic General Ledger Unit Inception to Date DS4xxx 
Source: Concatenate the category number defined from Fixed Asset Constants (F1200.LNDPCC) with DS4, and validate the DS4xxx AAI with company 00000.
Ledger Type: AU from F0902 If the DS4xxx AAI fails, validate the DS4 with Company 00000. If the AAI is successful, use the F1202 Key: GBCTRY = F1202.FLCTRY (Century), GBFY = F1202.FLFY (Fiscal Year), GBLT = AU (Actual Units) from F0902, GBMCU = F1201.FAMCU or F0012.KGMCU (Business Unit), GBOBJ = F0012.KGOBJ (Object Account), GBSUB = F0012.KGSUB (Subsidiary) The DS4 AAI is used with DS4xxx (category code) or DS4, company = 00000, MCU is optional, OBJ is required, and SUB is optional. If the F0902 fetch is successful, use Balance Forward with Balance Up to Current Period (FLAPYC + (sum of period buckets)) else default value is zero. 
32
Statistic General Ledger Percent 
Calculated: (Element 31 (Statistic General Ledger Unit Inception to Date DS4xxx)) / 100. 
33
Units of Production Current Year Percent 
Calculated: (Element 34 (Units of Production Current Year)) / (Element 36 (Units of Production Total))  (Element 35 (Units of Production Prior Year)). 
34
Units of Production Current Year 
Source: Retrieve Units of Production Current Year based on Schedule Number and Ledger Type. Fetch F1208 where F1208.FPADSN = F1202.FLADSN and F1208.FLLT = F1202.FLLT Units of Production Current Year (F1208.FPUPY)
Application: Units of Production Schedule (P1208) 
35
Units of Production Prior Year 
Source: Retrieve Units of Production Prior Year based on Schedule Number and Ledger Type.
Fetch F1208 where F1208.FPADSN = F1202.FLADSN and F1208.FLLT = F1202.FLLT Units of Production Prior Year (F1208.FPUPP). Application: Units of Production Schedule (P1208) 
36
Units of Production Total 
Source: Retrieve Units of Production Total based on (Original units) + (Prior Year Revisions) + (Current Year Revisions).
Fetch F1208 where F1208.FPADSN = F1202.FLADSN and F1208.FLLT = F1202.FLLT Units of Production Total Revisions = (Original (F1208.FPTOU)) + (Prior Year Revisions (F1208.FPPRV)) + (Current Year Revisions (F1208.FPCRV)). Application: Units of Production Schedule (P1208) 
37
Sum of the Years Digits Denominator 
Calculated: Sum of the Asset's Life Years
Example 1: 4 yr. = 4+3+2+1=10 Example 2: 5 yr. = 5+4+3+2+1=15 
38
Sum of the Years Digits Numerator 
Calculated: ((Element 03 (Asset Life Periods)) / (Element 49 (Normal Number of Periods)))  (Current Life Year) +1. 
39
Sum of the Years Digits Inverse of Years Digit 
Calculated: (Element 38 (Sum of Years Digits Numerator)) + 1. 
40
Sum of the Years Digits First Year Percent 
Calculated: Element 50 (Initial Year Apportionment Percent).
Note: Elements 40 and 50 are the same answer. 
41
Sum of the Years Digits Last Year Percent 
Calculated: 1  (Element 50 (Initial Year Apportionment Percent)). 
42
Asset Master Investment Tax Credit Amount 
Source: F1201 (FAAITY)
Application: Asset Master Information (P1201) Use the Asset Master Investment Tax Credit Amount. 
43
Replacement Cost 
Source: F1201 (FAARPC)
Application: Insurance Information (P12012) Use the replacement cost from the Asset Master, which is generally updated through Asset Revaluations. 
44
Replacement Cost Last Year 
Source: F1201 (FAALRC)
Application: Insurance Information (P12012) Use the replacement cost from last year in the Asset Master, which is generally updated through Asset Revaluations. 
45
Insurance Value 
Source: F1201 (FAAIV)
Application: Insurance Information (P12012) Use the Insurance value stored in the Asset Master. 
46
Salvage Value From Asset Balances 
Source: F1202 (FLTKER)
Application: Depreciation Information (P1202) Use the salvage value that is stored in the Asset Balances. Note: Element 07 has precedence if both Element 07 and Element 46 are defined. 
47
Asset Method Percent 
Source: F1202 (FLADMP)
Application: Depreciation Information (P1202) Use the asset method percent from the Asset Balances. 
48
Company/LT Method Percent 
Source: F12003 (FFADMP) Fetch F12003 based on Key: FFCO = F1201.FACO (Company), FFDAOB = F1201.FAAOBJ (Object Account), FFDASB = F1201.FAASUB (Subsidiary), FFLT = F1202.FLLT (Ledger Type)
Application: Depreciation Default Coding (P12002) Use the Asset Method Percent from the Depreciation Defaults. 
49
Normal Number of Periods 
Source: F0010 (CCCALD)
Application: Companies (P0010) This element uses the Normal Number of Periods value from the Company Master. 
50
Initial Year Apportionment Percent 
Calculated: The number of life days in the initial year calculated as a percentage of all the days in that year. This element must be included in the first year calculation because it adjusts the calculation for the modified start date in regards to the fiscal date pattern.
Note: Most rules require a Year 1 through Year 1 rule that multiplies the rule * this element with I, C and R compute directions that are annual. 
51
Intermediate Accumulated Depreciation  Primary Rule 
Calculated: Inception to date computation methods I or F only. The sum of yearly accumulated depreciation amounts calculated from inception through the Element 53 (Life Year in Process) for a primary life year rule. 
52
Intermediate Accumulated Depreciation  Secondary Rule 
Calculated: Inception to date computation methods I or F only. The sum of yearly accumulated depreciation amounts calculated from inception through the Element 53 (Life Year in Process) for a secondary life year rule. 
53
Life Year In Process 
Calculated: The current Life Year in Process is calculated from the modified start date to the current through date. It counts the life year in the depreciation calculation process. Used only with computation methods I (depreciation calculated from inception through each life year in process) or F (inception to date for the primary rule). These computation methods calculate every life year to catch up any lost depreciation. 
54
Intermediate Accumulated Depreciation  Best Rule 
Calculated: The best result of accumulated depreciation from Element 51 (Intermediate Accumulated Depreciation  Primary Rule) and Element 52 (Intermediate Accumulated Depreciation  Secondary Rule). 
55
Asset Life Periods Current Year (Rounded to Half Periods) 
Calculated: Element 06 (Asset Life Periods Current Year) rounded to the nearest half period. 
56
Disposal Year Apportionment Percentage 
Calculated: The number of life days in the disposal year as a percentage of all the days in that year.
This calculation is based on one of these formulas:

57
Amount One (Asset Balances) 
Source: F1202 (FLAPYC + (Period Buckets))
Retrieve from DSA1 AAI. Default company is used (company 00000). Fetch the AA ledger type only. If Business Unit is left blank in AAI, use Responsible Business Unit from F1201 of the asset. 
58
Amount Two (Asset Balances) 
Source: F1202 (FLAPYC + (Period Buckets))
Retrieve from DSA2 AAI. Default company is used (company 00000). Fetch the current ledger type only. If Business Unit is left blank in the AAI, use Responsible Business Unit from F1201 of the asset. 
59
Amount Three (Asset Balances) 
Source: F1202 (FLAPYC + (Period Buckets))
Retrieve from DSA3 AAI. Fetch the ledger type definition line 4 of the AAI description. If Business Unit is left blank in the AAI, use Responsible Business Unit from F1201 of the asset. 
60
Amount One (General Ledger) 
Source: F0902 (FLAPYC + (Period Buckets))
Retrieve from DSA4 AAI. Default company is used (company 00000). Fetch the AA ledger type only. If Business Unit is left blank in the AAI, use Responsible Business Unit from F1201 of the asset. AAI Line 5 = LT 
61
Amount Two (General Ledger) 
Source: F0902 (FLAPYC + (Period Buckets))
Retrieve from DSA5 AAI. Default company is used (company 00000). Fetch the current ledger type only. If Business Unit is left blank in the AAI, use Responsible Business Unit from F1201 of the asset. 
62
Amount Three (General Ledger) 
Source: F0902 (FLAPYC + (Period Buckets))
Retrieve form DSA6 AAI. Fetch the ledger type from AAI description line 4. If Business Unit is left blank in the AAI, use Responsible Business Unit from F1201 of the asset. AAI Line 5 = LT 
63
Initial Period Apportionment Percent 
Calculated: (Number of days elapsed) / (the number of actual days in a period)
If the modified start date is not the start of or end of the period, this element calculates the apportionment percentage to us. MidMonth or Actual Start Dates are examples of number of days that do not match full period results. Note: For ITAC = P (Middle of Period) processing only. Recommend for use in Year 1 of assets that start during a period and use period depreciation. 
64
Actual Remaining Life Periods 
If the life of an asset is 36 periods, the actual total number of periods remaining would be 35 for depreciation purposes when calculating depreciation for the first period. For each period, this number would decrease by one. 