The next step is to create a new surplus value if needed. Click on the "Extra values" tab and then on the "New extra value" button.
Then fill in the name, description of the account where the excess value is booked, and the corresponding income- and balance account.
Scroll down and indicate the account for the tax liability, the corresponding income account, and the asset's fair value. You can also choose different types of depreciation models and periods.
Click on "Save" when you are finished.
If you need to modify the excess value, you can do so by clicking on the pencil. You can also remove the excess value by clicking on the trash bin. Please note that you may need to unlock the acquisition analysis to modify an excess value made during a previous financial period.
If you want to create an additional extra value, you can do so by clicking on the "New extra value" button.
Now click on the "Goodwill" tab. Please reload the page if the tab is not visible. Here you can get an overview of goodwill depreciation. You can also make changes to the depreciation plan if needed. There are two types of depreciation: straight-line and revaluation.
The next step is to record the acquisition elimination. Click on the "Acquisition elimination" tab. Here you can see a summary of the acquisition elimination. If everything is correct, click the "Save acquisition elimination" button. Then the status "Created" should appear on the left side. If the status doesn't change when you click the button, you need to review the created excess values or the accounts and amounts under the "Acquired equity" tab.
The final step is to lock the acquisition analysis. Click on the "Lock acquisition analysis" tab, and then click the button. It will now not be possible to make any changes to the acquisition analysis.
If you want to make a change, you must first unlock the acquisition analysis.
Don't hesitate to reach out to the support if you need assistance!