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XT table for Fixed Assets

XT table for Fixed Assets

XT table for Fixed Assets

(OP)
We've recently received a new MSR688 and MSS688 both of which reference table file XT. We don't have it defined on the XX table and I can find no reference to it in any of the Ellipse documentation.

I think it relates to calculating Tax entries by Period rather than annually.

Does anyone have any information on this table as we would like to calculate Tax by Period.

TIA
Greg

RE: XT table for Fixed Assets

(OP)
I found the answer.  There is a release for Fixed Assets which contains additional functionality, one, the ability to calculate Tax entries by Period rather than annually.

RE: XT table for Fixed Assets

Mostly likely a typo - should really be the TX - Tax Type table: 2 character code with 20 character description.

RE: XT table for Fixed Assets

(OP)
Archimedez,

Not a typo. I have the doco in front of me.

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