Impairment accounting for fixed assets
This topic includes information about impairment accounting for fixed assets in Japan.
You can perform the following tasks to set up and calculate fixed asset impairments by using Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition:
- Generate a list of fixed assets that might be impaired. You can then manually review and calculate the undiscounted cash flow, fair value, or recoverable amounts of each asset in the list to determine whether the fixed assets are impaired.
- Update impairment indicators, such as the undiscounted cash flow of the fixed assets.
- Run the impairment recognition test by using the impairment indicators to generate a list of impaired fixed assets.
- Specify recoverable values that indicate the extent to which the fixed assets are impaired, and then create journal transactions for these impaired fixed assets. You can specify the details about the impairment before you post the journal.
- View the details of the impairment transactions for fixed assets.
How can I identify impairments in fixed assets?
You can use impairment indicators to identify impairment in fixed assets. On the Impairment review page, you can generate a list of fixed assets that might be impaired. You can then manually calculate the undiscounted cash flow and update impairment indicators for the fixed assets on the Update impairment indicators page. When you run the impairment recognition test, you can use the impairment indicators that you updated to identify impairments in fixed assets.
Can I select which assets to test for impairment?
Yes, you can select which assets to test for impairment. To specify the criteria, click Query on the Impairment recognition test page.
How often can I check fixed assets for impairment?
By creating a batch job, you can set up Finance and Operations to check the fixed assets for impairment according to a schedule.
Are there types of fixed assets that are excluded from impairment testing and accounting?
Yes, the following types of fixed assets are excluded from impairment testing and accounting:
- Leased fixed assets
- Shared assets
- Goodwill fixed asset
You must use the impairment for cash generating units to account for goodwill and shared assets.
Can I generate reports that I can use to review impaired assets and impairment amounts?
Yes, you can generate the following reports that contain information about impaired assets and impairment accounting:
- Fixed asset transactions report
- Fixed asset impairment transactions report
- Review fixed assets for impairment report
- Fixed asset impairment accounting on cash generating units
- Maintain impairment indicators on individual assets
- Propose and post the impairment amount by batch
- Propose and post the impairment amount by using fixed asset journal
- Run the recognition test and calculate the impairment amount on individual assets
- Set up impairment accounting common parameters and posting profile