When you prepare your balance sheet and income statement, you may need to print reports to analyze the depreciation, acquisition, disposal, and gain or loss values for the accounting period, as well as accumulated depreciation and book value at the end of the period.
For inventory, insurance and other management purposes, you may need a list of all your fixed assets.
When you print reports for previous years, you will notice that if you have deleted any fixed assets, the figures may not be correct.
About Fixed Assets
Printing Fixed Asset Lists
Printing Fixed Asset - Book Values
Printing Fixed Asset - Analysis
Printing Fixed Asset - G/L Analysis
Viewing Reclassified Entries
Following Up On Service Visits
Printing Maintenance Costs
Printing Maintenance Ledger Entries
Printing Posting Reports
Printing Total Value Insured Reports
Listing Insurance Policies
Viewing Over/Under Coverages
Printing Over/Under Coverage Reports
Checking Uninsured Fixed Assets