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    What is asset accounting in sap fico?
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    Asset Accounting component in SAP is meant for managing and supervising fixed assets and their values.

    One of the important of SAP Financial Accounting is the assets Accounting (FI-AA).Modeled as subsidiary ledger of financial accounting, FI-AA helps to manage fixed assets ? for purchased & capitalization, from depreciation to write-off, etc.

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