Post Recovery, the adjustment amount would be claimed in the first period after the recovery period.
For example: You have a fiscal year-end (FYE) of December. You have an asset with a remaining net book value (NBV) after the end of its estimated depreciation life — i.e. ended in 10/2010 with a NBV of $250.
If your company book settings are set to Post Recovery, you will see the $250 in the assets NBV through Q4. However, after running depreciation in January, 2011 (01/11), FAS will true up the $250 to net to zero. This will affect your balance sheet for Jan. Then you can make the adjustment in your GL.
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