If I remember correctly, the difference is mostly g/l integration.  Tax book
does not integrate with g/l, whereas the financial book does.  Tax books
allow different depreciation methods, etc. for tax calculations.  They can
also be used for budgeting and forecasting, though it is a little clumsy to
perform recalcs.


Tom Sult



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Dear All,
      What is the difference with Book and Tax Book in Fixed Assets?



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