apintra® Fixed Asset Accounting
Asset accounting to manage your assets
In apintra® asset accounting, the long-term assets of a company’s assets are recorded and managed according to current legal regulations, regardless of whether they are HGB, IFRS, or US-GAAP. The goal of asset accounting is the evaluation and entry of fixed asset acquisitions and disposals, as well as the calculation and entry of the respective amortization.
With apintra asset accounting, you get complete transparency about assets, leasing and planned assets, and assets that are, for example, under construction. All information is always available in one place: the master data about economic assets, imputed depreciation data from commercial law or tax law, the cost center(s), and other information in the form of notes, images, and documents.
apintra asset accounting supports all common international tax and commercial depreciation types, such as:
- Linear depreciation, geometrically degressive depreciation, arithmetic-degressive depreciation, geometric-progressive depreciation, arithmetic-progressive depreciation, digital depreciation, depreciation based on performance
- Non-depreciable assets such as land, advance payments, and real property under construction, financial assets, or non-depreciable intangible assets
- Freely definable building and special depreciation
In terms of accuracy (year, half-year, month, day), depreciation can be defined individually for each object. A preview with the depreciation history is generated.
Aggregation/allocation: In apintra asset accounting, assets can be assigned to specific groups (asset complex consisting of several individual assets). However, assets can also be sorted into a structure (such as an asset tree according to §266 HGB). An asset can then be assigned to a position in the tree. Furthermore, assets can also be assigned to individual departments.
Depreciation types: In general, several depreciation types can be assigned to one object (e.g., additional simulation of performance-related depreciation). However, only one depreciation type can be selected for the actual calculation.
Whether the type of depreciation used complies with the law in the relevant country is also defined (e.g. linear depreciation in Germany).
- Different asset trees
- General and industry-specific depreciation tables
- Execution of inflow, outflow, reposting, and reduction amounts, among other features
- Calculation of book profit and loss for full/partial outflow
- Depreciation plan for life cycle
- Export/import interface (XML) for assets
- Generating depreciation entries for apintra® finance and accounting
- Mapping the entire life cycle of an asset
- Depreciation preview for the entire period
- Investment planning (simulation)
- Reports on inflow and outflow during the financial year
- Gross and net movement schedule for individual assets or with the sums per investment account or balance sheet item
- Movement schedule for the opening balance
- Depreciation schedule according to § 284 3 HGB.
- Detailed inventory list and investment directory
- Automatic calculation of the gross investment level for the electronic balance sheet and/or the Federal Gazette